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Net-weather Alert 00094: 24th-25th June 2005


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

    WEATHER ALERT

    Category: Level 2

    Weather Type: Torrential downpours and severe thunderstorms

    Affecting: Central and Southern England, Eastern England, Wales and Northern England

    Time and Date Valid For: 18.00 Thursday 23rd June - 06.00 Saturday 25th June 2005

    Time Of Issue: 15.25 Thursday 23rd June 2005

    This is a follow on to the alert issued yesterday.

    The current heatwave that much of the UK is experiencing will break down during Friday bringing torrential rain, flash flooding and severe thunderstorms capable of producing large and damaging hail.

    Across Wales, NW England and NE England rainfall totals are expected to be heaviest with the potential of 50mm and possibly more falling in just a 3 hour period with total rainfall values possibly reaching 90mm. Along with the heavy rain embedded thunderstorms are likely which may be capable of producing large hail.

    Further South across the rest of England the main risk will be posed by severe thunderstorms which are likely to develop across Southern England and move east/northeastwards throughout the day. These storms are likely to be severe at times with the potential to produce large hail along with frequent lightning, strong gusty winds and large rainfall totals capable of producing flash floods

    Please watch for updates to this warning as the situation has the potential to be severe and develop rapidly during Friday. Try not to be caught unprotected during these storms as they have the potential to be dangerous.

    Confidence Level: 80%

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

    Please note, that this alert is covered by the net-weather terms and conditions of use, which are viewable here

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