Met Office hour-by-hour forecasts as the remnants of Cyclone Lee approaches Wales

Wales is set to bear the brunt of strong winds and heavy rain on Tuesday and Wednesday as the remnants of Cyclone Lee reach the UK. The Met Office says “heavier and more persistent” rain will fall in parts of Wales and northwest England, and there is a warning for gusts of up to 60mph.

Some surface water and river flooding is possible in these areas with a yellow weather warning in effect for most of both days. They say that over the course of 36 hours, between 50mm and 100mm of rain could fall in the warning areas.

The Department of Natural Resources Wales issued a single flood warning on Tuesday morning for the areas around the River Glaslyn and River Dwyradd in Gwynedd. You will find photos from the weekend deluge. Some speed restrictions have also been imposed on Britannia Bridge due to strong winds.

This is what the weather map for Wales looks like on Tuesday:


Below is the weather forecast for Tuesday and Wednesday:

Tuesday morning

A yellow warning for rain has begun 6am It covers a large part of Wales. It appears that the worst of the rain will hit Wales on Tuesday morning and Wednesday morning. You can see the areas affected by the weather warning here.

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