By Monica Rimmer
By Monica Rimmer
It's set to be cloudy this morning with the chance of a few blustery showers before more sunny spells, with winds easing this afternoon. High: 13C/55F
Expect cloudy spells this evening with the chance of a shower before it turns mainly clear tonight. Feeling cool, with a low of 6C/43F.
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BBC Radio Shropshire
Workers in Shropshire are being urged not to share cigarette lighters and cups during breaks, to stop the spread of Covid-19.
Shropshire Council said it had seen outbreaks in many workplaces and, with cases increasing, the county was at a "critical point" in trying to avoid tougher restrictions.
Other items staff are being told not to share during their breaks include mobile phones, cutlery and plates.
People are also being told by the council not to car share if they can avoid it.
The rate of new cases of coronavirus in the area has increased from 75.5 per 100,000 people in the seven days to 8 October to 84.8 the following week.
Mainly cloudy with rain spreading in from the south this morning before turning more showery this afternoon. Windy as the day goes on with a high of 15C/59F.
Then cloudy this evening with a few showers before they ease overnight with clear spells developing. Low: 9C/48F.
Keep up-to-date on your local forecast by going to the BBC Weather website.
By Michele Paduano
BBC Midlands health correspondent
Showers this morning before it turns mainly dry with sunny spells but still with the odd chance of a shower. High: 17C/63F.
Clear spells this evening before turning cloudy with rain moving in from the south. Low: 12C/54F.
You can keep up-to-date on your local forecast by going to the BBC Weather website.
It will be a cloudy day with occasional bright or sunny intervals but also scattered showers. Highs of 11°C (52°F).
This was the scene earlier in Telford as taken by BBC Weather Watcher Raj's Range.
Severn Hospice is hoping to make up some of the money it's lost during the coronavirus pandemic with a Christmas fundraising appeal.
It had to close all 28 of its shops during lockdown and cancelled fundraising events, and said during lockdown it was missing out on £100,000 a week.
It is selling small robin statues this winter and hopes that will raise as much as past appeals.
In 2016, sales of small blue metal forget-me-not flowers raised £120,000 for the hospice.
Today the weather is forecast to be dry and cloudy, with the chance of some sunshine and temperatures up to 11C (52F).
It's expected to stay like that for the rest of the week.
This was the misty scene earlier in Edgmond, Shropshire, as taken by BBC Weather Watcher Monomark.
BBC Radio Shropshire
Shropshire Council's headquarters in Shrewsbury is a step closer to demolition, after Historic England decided not to list it.
The Shirehall building in Shrewsbury is striking but it fails to meet the criteria for protection, the agency, which champion's England's heritage, said.
Campaigners had claimed it was an important example of post-war architecture which should be kept.
The authority wants to sell the site for housing and move to smaller premises with a greater use of remote working.
The government's new three-tier system of coronavirus "alert levels" comes into effect today.
It means different areas of the country will have different restrictions.
Birmingham, Sandwell, Solihull, Wolverhampton, Walsall and East Cheshire are all in the middle tier.
They're described as being "high risk" areas.
You are not allowed to meet people from other households indoors and a maximum of six people can meet outdoors.
The other parts of the West Midlands are tier one, or "medium risk"
The showers should disappear and we're forecast some dry and cloudy weather, with maybe some sunshine.
Temperatures will be up to around 13C (55F).
And the rest of the week looks pretty much the same.