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Ample warnings are in force, river levels are high. -- amber warnings.
This is the low-pressure system that brought heavy rain through the
weekend. It is dragging more cloud and thundery rain across parts of
the Midlands, East Anglia, southern England and Wales throughout
tonight. Torrential downpours mixed in. Away from those areas, there is
the risk of minor flooding. Northern England, Scotland,
Northern Ireland, largely dry. Clear skies around, miss the low
cloud, a cool start to Tuesday. -- misty, low cloud. For Tuesday rush-
hour there could still be a lot of surface water and a lot of big
puddles. The commute across parts of Wales, the Midlands and southern
England will be difficult. Still a torrential downpour was expected
and a brisk and gusty wind. We start largely dry in northern
England, the best of the brightness in the West. Across western
Scotland, mist and low cloud. Western Scotland, best placed to be
on Tuesday, after a cool start. Temperatures could get to 17 or 19
through the day. The torrential downpours we expect across the
south will ease away into the afternoon, brightening up. The risk
of one or two showers. Cloud and rain pushing into the Midlands,
northern England, maybe southern Scotland and parts of Northern
Ireland. Still brighter in the sunshine, warm across the West of
Scotland. River levels still rising, even though the rain may have eased.
Tuesday into Wednesday, we are stuck with the thicker cloud.
Northern Ireland, northern England, the Midlands, lighter, patchier.
Mist and low cloud elsewhere. Brightening up, in south-west
England we will see the warmest of the conditions. Wednesday into