RAINY weather and sunny spells have both been tipped for this weekend across the county by the Met Office.

Following a week of adverse weather conditions across the UK from Storm Ciarán, Worcestershire may not have been the most heavily affected area, but rising river levels were a concern.

Rainy weather has already been seen this morning, and according to the Met Office, it is tipped to last until around 2pm this afternoon.

The rest of the day is expected to remain largely cloudy, but dry, with highs of 10C.

The weather on Sunday is expected to be quite different, with clear sunny skies between 8am and 10am.

The sun will continue to shine through clouds until around 4pm, with highs of 12C. 

Across the West Midlands Region, both sunshine and heavy showers have been predicted for Monday, with the rain becoming more isolated on Tuesday with some sunshine.