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Hello, September is formally a gentle slide from summer into
Autumn. But the last few days extensive flooding, severe gales
bringing down trees in places. This was the picture in Edinburgh. We've
had a lot of disruption to transport all because we've been
visited bit most intense September storm since 1981. We've certainly
known about it. We still have amber weather warnings at the moment.
Through to midnight for the heavy rain. After that dropping to the
next level. Can you see things beginning to improve. Only slowly
because the amount of rain has been extraordinary. 123mm untilpm
theengs at raifpbz worth. That's to the east of the Pennines. Still
raining here at the moment. That rain ease as way overnight. There's
the threat of heavy rain across south-east of Scotland for a time.
That rain lingering across parts of North West England and pushing
across parts of southern England and Wales through the night as well.
Temperatures holding up around 10 to 12 degrees. Still potential for
further disruption due to that heavy rain and its aftereffects.
BBC local radio keeping you up to date with that. And the BBC website
a good source as well. What about the travelling tomorrow morning?
Across Scotland I don't think too many problems. One or two showers
left from the overnight rain across the south-east. Niefrld looking
largely dry and the sun's out -- Northern Ireland. The sun's out
across eastern England. There's wet weather through the Midlands
steching to London. There could be water on fast routes here. Heavy
showers across the south-west and Wales. Through the day, certainly a
lot better for most northern parts of the UK. A few showers here and
there across northern England, Scotland and Northern Ireland, but
not amounting to a great deal. Further south, there could be sharp
showers across southern parts of England, South Wales, enough to
maybe cause localised problems. Temperatures about where they
should be for the latter part of September. As we go through
Wednesday night, into Thursday, finally we start to get rid of that