Yellow weather alerts across the UK: prepare for heavy rain
Amid ongoing weather challenges, flood warnings continue across England, keeping communities on alert. Here’s a detailed look at upcoming weather conditions across the UK, straight from the experts at the Met Office.
Yellow weather warnings issued by the Met Office
The Met Office has lifted yellow weather warnings for various areas of the UK this weekend. These warnings indicate possible malfunctions due to adverse weather conditions.
While warnings have ceased to the south, a large number of… 90 flood warnings and 306 alerts It still covers the English scene. while, Scotland It is grappling with its own quota, recording 9 flood alerts and 10 warnings.
Newcastle to East Anglia: rainy roads ahead
Anyone traveling to Newcastle or East Anglia this weekend should keep umbrellas handy, as there is a risk of getting wet. The Met Office issued a Yellow warning for heavy rain In these areas the east coast of England surrounds itself like a wet blanket. The warning goes into effect at 7pm and remains in effect until midday on Sunday. As such, if you are planning any outdoor adventures, you may want to rethink your strategy or at least pack some waterproof gear.
Cornwall, Devon and Somerset: Raindrops continuing to fall
Things are not looking too good in southwest England. Cornwall, along with vast swathes of Devon and Somerset, is preparing for a showdown Rainfall. new Yellow alert It was issued from six o’clock on Saturday evening until six o’clock the next morning. Which means if you’re dreaming of a sunny stroll along the Cornish coast this weekend, you might want to swap your flip-flops for a sturdy pair of rain boots.
Today’s weather: sun and rain showers
Across the UK today, we can expect a mix of sunshine and rain. While parts of England and Wales could enjoy sunny weather, areas such as Scotland and Northern Ireland could see rainy and dreary weather. Snow is possible in the Scottish Highlands.
Sunday: Cloudy skies and rain
Sunday’s forecast paints a picture of cloudy skies in many areas, with fog remaining particularly in the east during the morning hours. Rain is expected in central and southern England, Northern Ireland and western Scotland as the day progresses. However, north-east Scotland may see relatively drier conditions.
Temperatures are expected to hover around average in early spring, with highs reaching 13°C in some parts. But the weather is expected to be colder at night, especially in the northern regions where frost is likely.
Rain or showers in some places this afternoon, heavy in the southwestern areas, but brighter in the west with some sunshine.
It’s still cold enough to get some snow on the hills in northern Scotland, and it’s windy here, but overall it’s mild in February. pic.twitter.com/aymUUl1AjR
– Met Office (@metoffice) February 10, 2024
Prepare for difficult weather situations
In difficult weather scenarios, preparedness is key. Pay close attention to advice from local authorities regarding possible road closures or transport delays. Make sure you have emergency supplies readily available, including food, water, a torch, blankets, a first aid kit, and any necessary medications.