Things are looking a lot drier today than they have done so far this week.
We will have some showers today, mainly towards the east of our region, but it will be mainly dry with some sunshine.
Temperatures are expected to reach a high of 12C, so still a bit cold for this time of year.
Voters head to the polls for bumper election day
It's election day across England, Wales and Scotland and voters are heading to the polls with thousands of council seats in England up for grabs. Elections are also taking place for mayors, including in the West Midlands, and police and crime commissioners.
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Polling stations will be open from 07:00 - 22:00 BST and voters are being asked to take their own pencils as a Covid safety measure.
So, where are votes being cast?
Nuneaton & Bedworth
All the seats in Shropshire Council, a unitary authority, are also up for election.
The combined authority mayor, covering the seven metropolitan boroughs, is responsible for planning and strategy for regional transport, skills training and local economic development. Click here to see the candidates.
The prime minister has been campaigning in the West Midlands this morning.
Here in the region, it feels like elections arrive like buses; you wait for one and then 25 come along at once.
Tomorrow's vote brings a combination of those postponed last year due to the coronavirus outbreak, and those due this year.
All county council seats are up for grabs in Staffordshire, Warwickshire, Worcestershire and Gloucestershire.
All are Conservative controlled, and are unlikely to deliver any surprises. Likewise Unitary Shropshire.
Warwickshire has traditionally been most likely to swing, but with the Conservatives holding more than double the seats of Labour and the Lib Dems combined, recent revelations about the prime minister would have to have some serious cut through for either party to make inroads.
Normally, the big Metropolitan Boroughs that elect by thirds are less likely to have a change of control.
This time Solihull, Coventry, Dudley, Walsall and Sandwell all have elections, but there are definitely some ones to watch, not least because of the changing voting behaviour, which saw Labour’s ‘red wall’ collapse across the Black Country at the last general election.
Conservative-run Walsall and, to an even greater extent, Dudley, are finely balanced between blue and red.
Solihull, too, is currently Conservative-led, but the loss of just one seat, would mean losing control.
The Greens who are the main opposition party, have been building their base here for the last decade.In our smaller district councils - Nuneaton and Bedworth, Cannock Chase and Worcester are all on a knife edge.
Man injured in stabbing in underpass
A man has been stabbed in the back in an underpass near a supermarket in Staffordshire.
Police said the man reported he was attacked by a stranger close to Sainsbury's store on Enderley Street, in Newcastle-under-Lyme at about 19:50 on Monday.
He suffered a one-inch (2.5cm) wound to his back.
Anyone with information is urged to contact Staffordshire Police.