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Showers will clear away, to leave a dry night.
Clear spells are likely to develop allowing temperatures to fall with lows of 6C (43F).
Tomorrow will be cloudy but we'll see some sunny intervals.
For today's cricket commentary at Edgbaston we wondered if we saw a little tornado.
We noticed a column of cloud come down just above the chimney (pictured).
We checked with BBC Weather's Rebecca Wood who suspects it's a funnel cloud. Phew!
West Bromwich Albion will hold talks with frustrated striker Saido Berahino after Tottenham's failed deadline-day bid to sign him.
The England Under-21 international, 22, will be fined for comments he made on Twitter that appeared to criticise Jeremy Peace.
People living with HIV have been posting feedback to an online magazine based in Birmingham after a health clinic leaked the HIV status of nearly 800 patients.
Tom Hayes (pictured) editor of Beyond Positive, says "Some are distraught as it's information they've not even shared with their friends and family and is now essentially public."
The data leak happened from 56 Dean Street clinic in London's Soho.
The top stories this afternoon across Birmingham and the Black Country:
Work is continuing to recover the overturned chemical tanker on the #A5 nr #Churchbridge. Likely to be closed for several more hours.
Emergency services have now cut free a woman who was trapped after a crash in Edgbaston.
She's been taken to hospital for treatment.
All lanes have now been re-opened on the Pershore road and Priory road junction but traffic remains slow in the area.
The player of the month nomination is a great turnaround in fortunes for the Stourbridge-born midfielder, Sam Mantom (pictured), who spent most of last season out with a serious knee injury.
The 23-year-old played every single minute of the Saddlers’ 5 League One games in August, scoring 3 goals and helping the team stay unbeaten.