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Net-Weather Alert 00042: 23rd - 24th October 2004


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  • Location: Near Matlock, Derbyshire
  • Location: Near Matlock, Derbyshire

    Weather Alert

    Category: Level 3 Warning

    Weather type: Heavy Rain / High winds

    Affecting: England, Wales, Northern Ireland, Southern and Eastern Scotland

    Date Valid For: 00:00 Saturday 23rd October - 23:59 Sunday 24th October 2004

    Time Of Issue: 23.40 Friday 22nd October 2004.

    A series of Atlantic weather systems look set to bring further periods of heavy rain to many parts of England and Wales during the weekend. In addition, this rain may move up into Northern Ireland, Southern and Eastern Scotland, bringing the risk of localised flooding in these areas.

    Southwest England, Wales, Northwest England and Northern England are likely to see the heaviest and most persistant rainfall, and with saturated ground after recent rainfall, flooding may become a issue.

    Many parts may see cumulative totals of rainfall this weekend of up to 25mm (1 inch) of rain, with western areas likely to exceed 50mm (2 inches) whilst over the exposed hills in southern and western parts as much as 100mm (4 inches) may fall.

    In addition to the rainfall, strong winds will be an additional hazard, with the potential for some very windy weather during Saturday night and early Sunday as a rather deep depression moves north/northeastwards. Gusts of wind in exposed southern and western parts may be as high as 65MPH, enough to cause minor structural damage and dangerous travelling conditions with branches being broken off from trees.

    Please stay tuned to Net-Weather for any further flash updates that may be required.

    In addition, for information on the latest flooding situation, please visit:

    http://www.net-weather.co.uk/forum/viewtop...pic.php?t=10183

    Confidence Level: 70%

    Note: This alert should be considered a guide and we strongly recommend you stay tuned to the Met-Office for further warnings and updates.

    Expect further updates as and when is necessary.

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