The club runs its own weather station on the Malvern hills, the kit is installed and maintained by volunteers, so while it may be a useful guide, the service availability and accuracy cannot be guaranteed.
The station is situated on the top of the Malvern ridge at the Wyche Cutting. Though it is lower than the Pinnacle Hill take off, the Wyche has a venturi effect so wind speeds are much the same in an easterly. In a westerly wind speed will show a bit lower than Pinnacle and about 50% lower than the Beacon as the ground to the west of the station does not drop away very quickly and has some large trees in the way. The wind direction indicates correctly.
Please use this service and provide feed-back (good or bad!) to anyone on the committee, in particular Bryan Hindle who has put a lot of effort into making the system work. With this information the service will continue to be improved.
These links are the sites that may be useful.