A mainly dry, dull day with overcast skies. Light winds and a high of 19C/66F.
Staying mostly dry tonight with lingering cloud and light winds again. Low: 11C/52F.
You can get a latest forecast for your area at any time by going to the BBC Weather website.
Nine oxygen concentrators worth more than £15,000 have been sent to India after an appeal by 40 Rotary clubs in the West Midlands.
The money was raised in two weeks and members are now raising money for another 32.Copyright: Getty Images
Clubs taking part include those across Birmingham, north and south Warwickshire, north Worcestershire and Coventry.
Heart of England Rotary District treasurer Robert Rainbow said: “We have been totally overwhelmed with the amount of support this appeal has received."
It will be mainly sunny today with just a few patches of cloud, although there is a slim chance of the odd shower. Highs of 19C (66F).
The mostly clear skies are set to start tonight but some bands of high cloud are expected to drift in from the west. Lows of 9C (48F).
You can get a latest forecast for your area by going to the BBC Weather website.
Transport innovations developed in Coventry and Warwickshire will be showcased during its year as City of Culture.
The Our Future Moves launches with an exhibition at Coventry Transport Museum from 17 July.
It will highlight the region's pioneering work in transport innovation – from autonomous vehicles to one-person submarines.Copyright: Coventry City of Culture
Objects on display will include a Skyfarer delivery drone, Aurrigo autonomous shuttle, Coventry Very Light Rail (VLR) model, Jaguar I-PACE, Microcabs hydrogen car, and a University of Warwick nano satellite which monitors wildlife populations.
Councillor Jim O’Boyle, Coventry City Council’s Cabinet Member for Jobs and Regeneration, said: “I hope people will learn a lot, get a glimpse of the future and feel inspired.”
Lucy Worsley teams up with Zoe Laughlin in an ambitious attempt to recreate one of the earliest and most spectacular fireworks displays in England, designed for Queen Elizabeth I.
A dry and sunny start to Wednesday before turning a little cloudier in the afternoon, still with plenty of sunshine. High: 14C/57F.
There is the chance of an odd light shower this evening but tonight will be mainly dry and clear. Low: 5C/41F.
You can stay up-to-date with the latest forecast for your area by going to the BBC Weather website.
The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall made a six-stop visit to Coventry.
Warwickshire Police will be holding a series of events as it looks to recruit 40 new officers.
The force is looking for people to join its three-year Police Constable Degree Apprenticeship, serving as a paid police constable while studying for a fully-funded university degree.Copyright: Getty Images
It will be holding online recruitment events on 2, 5 and 8 of June, with a face-to-face event being held at the Benn Hall in Rugby between 18:00-19:00 or 19:30-20:30 on 9 June.
Audiences are being asked to get their Christmas jumpers back on for a pantomime which has been re-scheduled for a May start.
Sleeping Beauty is being performed at Studley Sports Centre in Studley, Warwickshire, between 28 May and 6 June.Copyright: Aunty Jen ProductionsCopyright: Aunty Jen Productions
Aunty Jen Productions says the socially-distanced show will still bring "the magic of this classic fairy-tale complete with songs, dances and some hilarious comedy routines".
Some theatres and venues opened their doors for the first time in months on 17 May as lockdown restrictions eased.
It will be a cloudy day with some bright sunny spells and highs of 14C (57F).Copyright: BBC
The driver, caught swerving on the M40, was one of 21,000 offences caught during a safety operation.
After a bright start for some, it will be another cloudy day with some heavy and thundery showers with highs of 12°C (54°F).
This was the scene earlier in Aldridge in the West Midlands as captured by BBC Weather Watcher Tippytoes.Copyright: Tippytoes