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.
It looks like the Bank Holiday weekend will have a few showers mixed in with some sunny spells, but what is happening when?
At half time in the Championship match between Fulham and Wolverhampton Wanderers at Craven Cottage, Bakary Sako's strike has given the away side a 1-0 lead.
Commuters across the Midlands will face a 3.5% increase in rail fares next year.
According to the TUC a season ticket from Northampton to London is set to increase by £185 to £5,317 and Stoke on Trent to Birmingham New Street could rise by £102 to £2,934.
Prices have shot up by 25% since 2010.
The streets of Worcester were packed with spectators on Saturday as the city's army reserve unit marched through for a special commemoration.
There was also a spectacular display of weaponry, past and present. Keith Wilkinson was there.
Electricity company Western Power Distribution have tweeted an apology to customers after a power cut in the Wolverhampton WV2 area tonight.
– Tweet from @wpduk Western Power Distribution
"We believe 2428 supplies are affected on this particular fault".
Major Tim Reade, Commander of the 214 Worcestershire Battery Royal Artillery, said he was 'immensely proud' to showcase the battery to the Worcester public.
214 Worcestershire Battery Royal is celebrating its 150th anniversary by exercising its freedom to parade through their home city.
In partnership with Worcester Council, today's events were also held to commemorate the 100th anniversary of World War One.
Mayor Alan Amos has told ITV Central that Worcester will always 'love and welcome' the city's army reserve unit.
Today the streets were packed with spectators as the 214 Worcestershire Battery Royal Artillery celebrated their 150th anniversary.
Midland Metro has suspended its service between Priestfield and Wolverhampton St Georges due to a road traffic collision.
Talented teenager Matthew Hudson-Smith smashed his personal best to clinch a silver medal in the men's 400m final last night.
On the penultimate day of the European Championships, the 19-year-old from Birchfield, Wolverhampton chased down Martyn Rooney, eventually finishing second.
Hudson-Smith will not be disappointed however, as he finished with a personal best of 44.75.