A yellow weather warning has been issued for parts of the UK tomorrow. This will include Wales, South West England and much of the southern coast. Heavy rain and strong winds are predicted to cause issues throughout Thursday. Heavy rain and strong winds could even spread into the West Midlands and parts of the North.
The yellow weather warning will currently be in place from 10am – 7pm.
There’s currently 3 flood warnings and 83 flood alerts in place in the UK. The 3 flood warnings issued are. The River Nene Peterborough, South Hayling and South Eastoke seafront & the River Werake at Hoby.
Weather conditions are increasingly likely to be unpredictable in the coming years, having a very dry summer followed up by an exceptionally wet November is a mixture for widespread flooding.
Across the areas affected, some disruption to roads, rail, air and ferry transport is likely.
Flooding, surface water & spray on roads is likely and will delay many journeys.
Prevent a flood rather than react to one.
To sign up for flood alerts in your area visit https://www.gov.uk/sign-up-for-flood-warnings