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Hello. It's autumn from the look of it! The weather's been causing all
sorts of problems as you may have seen on the news, particularly the
heavy rain and some parts of North Wales and Northern Ireland and
northern England have already seen 60-70 milimetres in the space of 24
hours, that's getting on for a month's worth and more to come in
some of these areas tonight and tomorrow.
We have The Met Office severe weather warnings for that heavy
rain, amber warnings, one off the top level for that rain continuing
through tonight and into tomorrow. Further south, things have been
clearing up so not looking so bad here overnight but the rain coming
to a halt across northern areas and not just the rain, gales will be
battering the east coast of Scotland. Gusts of possibly 70mph.
Where the rain keeps we could see another 60 milimetres tonight and
into tomorrow. It's really going to take time to clear away. Further
south things looking quieter. Sharp showers hitting the south coast of
England. Clear skies inland. Temperatures across the UK between
8-11 Celsius. Not a cold night. Tomorrow morning, see what you can
expect on the journey to work. Better across the south. Still
showers hitting the south coast of England but not moving far inland.
Early sunshine from East Anglia down through to central and
southern England. Further north, you are into that heavy rain,
horrible conditions across north- Wales and much of northern England
and atrocious down the eastern side of Scotland with gales hitting the
coasts and heavy rain, as well. Strong winds across northern and
western Scotland and across Northern Ireland, but those winds
will start to push the rain away from Northern Ireland as we go
through the morning. Much of Scotland looking drier come the
afternoon. But notice the way the rain never clears from a good part
of northern England and extending down across Wales and the south-
west. Ahead of that brighter skies in the south-east but amongst the
rain 10-11 Celsius. That rain likely to cause further problems.
Radio a good source of disruption. And also the website.
Through Tuesday into Wednesday the low is beginning to ease away, so