After a dry and fine day expect to see rain on Wednesday night. It
Low pressures pushes it way in on Sunday bringing with it several fronts and some showers just in time for Bank Holiday Monday.
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Jamie O'Hara has left Wolves.
The club said the midfielder's contract has been cancelled by mutual consent and immediate effect.
He made 55 league appearances after joining Wolves in 2011.
Police want to speak to a man who was captured on CCTV striking a distinctive pose in connection with a smashed window in a branch of Ladbrokes.
Last month, a stool was thrown at the window of the shop in Queen’s Square, Wolverhampton, from the inside.
One of Britain’s top police officers has highlighted the West Midlands as a hotspot for Syria-related terror probes.
UK counter-terrorism chief Mark Rowley said there had been a huge increase in investigations in recent months, with five times as many suspects arrested now than last year.
– UK counter-terrorism chief Mark Rowley
"High priority operations, especially against those involved in attack planning or on the cusp, have increased greatly.
“The biggest growth in Syrian-related investigations has occurred in London and the West Midlands.
“We appeal to the public to help identify aspiring terrorists for us."
A £4.5 million project to upgrade the Midland Metro tram tracks through Wolverhampton will start next month.
The work, which is scheduled to begin next month and take around 12 weeks to complete, will see the badly worn tracks in Bilston Road taken out and replaced.
To allow contractors to start on site, the Metro line between Priestfield and St George’s will be closed after the last tram on Friday September 5.
The public are being warned to expect the roads to be busy this bank holiday as more than 40,000 passengers are expected to fly from East Midlands Airport.
The Highways Agency say some roadworks will be suspended, but others, including on the M1, will stay in place for safety reasons.
Police officers are hunting two men in connection with a car robbery in Wolverhampton.
The pair are wanted for questioning after a car ran into the back of a woman's vehicle on Robert Wynd, Woodcross in June.
When the driver got out to exchange details, she was violently pushed to the ground by one of the men from the other car, who then sped off in her vehicle.