Hour-by-hour weather forecast for Stoke-on-Trent as thunderstorms approach



Stoke-on-Trent and North Staffordshire can enjoy another few days of good weather before the thunderstorms roll in.

Sunday, June 13, was the hottest day of the year for the area so far, and – despite a cooler day for Monday – the summery conditions are not over yet.

It will be warm with sunny spells on Tuesday and Wednesday. However, the Met Office has issued a yellow warning for thunderstorms from 6pm on Wednesday night.

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Below is the hour- by-hour forecast for the rest of Monday, June 14.

1pm light cloud 17C

2pm light cloud 17C

3pm sunny intervals 17C

4pm sunny intervals 17C

5pm sunny intervals 17C

6pm sunny intervals 16C

7pm sunny intervals 15C

8pm sunny intervals 14C

9pm sunny intervals 13C

10pm partly cloudy 12C

11pm partly cloudy 11C

Temperatures will drop to a low of 9C overnight, with a good outlook for Tuesday.

Here’s the forecast for Tuesday:

7am sunny intervals 10C

8am sunny intervals 12C

9am sunny intervals 13C

10am sunny intervals 15C

11am sunny intervals 16C

12pm sunny 17C

1pm sunny 19C

2pm sunny 19C

3pm sunny 20C

4pm sunny 21C

5pm sunny 21C

6pm sunny spells 21C

7pm sunny spells 21C

8pm sunny spells 20C

9pm sunny spells 19C

10pm partly cloudy 18C

Outlook for Wednesday to Friday

The forecast for the Midlands shows Wednesday will bring scattered showers throughout the day. The cloud will be patchy, allowing for some sunny spells in places, and winds will be breezy to start but weakening later.

An area of heavy rain will move in overnight, and persist through Thursday, with the odd rumble of thunder in places too. Friday will be cloudier with showers throughout.

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