Weather forecast - Saturday 22 October 2016
Feels Like: 6°C
Feels Like: 10°C
Feels Like: 6°C
Feels Like: 4°C
wind gusts 18.6 mph
The odd rare cloud will come and hide the sun on and off in the morning. The sky will be overcast during the afternoon and the sun will have trouble breaking through.
4°C / 11°C
5°C / 12°C
6°C / 12°C
6°C / 15°C
8°C / 14°C
8°C / 15°C
7°C / 13°C
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Solihull is a town in the West Midlands in England. Like many towns in Great Britain, Solihull experiences a maritime temperate climate. Temperatures are close to the national average but summer heatwaves are becoming more and more frequent. Winters are usually mild and snowfall is not as frequent as it used to be. Levels of rainfall are close to the national average. Solihull is one of the most prosperous towns in the Midlands.
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Located 9 miles from Birmingham, Solihull is part of the West Midlands County and is the largest town in the Metropolitan Borough of Solihull with a population of 206,700. The town was named after the location of its church, on a “soily” hill. Solihull is well known for its old architecture, featuring timber framed Tudor style houses and shops. During the 20th century, the industrial revolution took place but it remained a small market town. It is home to the famous car manufacturer Land Rover’s production plant. As part of the West Midlands, it experiences a lot of rainfall due to the Atlantic Depression and has an average high temperature of 18°C in summer and 7°C in winter.