04/02/2014 BBC Weather


04/02/2014

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Good evening. Much like the local forecast, the national picture is a

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stormy one in the next 24 hours. The Met Office have issued an amber

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weather warning for strong winds across southern counties. Wilts up

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to Surrey in particular. There will be some transport disruption, no

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doubt, and it could go beyond that, so if you're travelling across the

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country there could be transport and power disruption and with more rain

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in the forecast, further flooding where areas have flooded and some

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very strong winds and high seas. Southern coastal counties of England

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and Wales have been troubled, but Dorset sees three severe flood

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warnings, and more details on them on our own website. Still some very

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strong winds and heavy rain although it is set to ease off in the next

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hour. The strongest winds will be on the back edge of this band of more

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persistent rain which extends across much of England, Northern Ireland

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and increasingly so into Scotland, producing heavy snow across the

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Grampians. Gales inland, 50 or 60 mph, easing as the first batch of

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rain pushes through, but then the next major batch works through into

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tomorrow morning and this will start to pep up the rain and also bring

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strong winds. It is all linked into the stormy low-pressure. Strongest

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winds around the Channel coast. Heavy rain to start your morning

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rush hour in Wales, the south-west, and after early brightness.

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Widespread gales across the country, the winds around the coast may be up

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to 80 mph and they will strengthen in the west later. Temperatures

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fairly academic. One or two bright spells, but plenty of rain through

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the day, and the driest spot will be the north-west of Scotland. It stays

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windy tomorrow evening, so problems as we ended the day tomorrow. The

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winds eased down as we go through Wednesday into Thursday. Persistent

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rain in Orkney and Shetland but the rain turning less showery. Drier and

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brighter weather, lighter winds, but there is more rain in the south

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coast by the end of the day, and that is on top of already saturated

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ground, as much as an inch, Thursday night into brightly as the

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low-pressure pushes through and will only enhance the flooding risk

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further. It does clear with bright conditions when the day, but more

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stormy weather in the weekend. More details on the website.

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