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  • Location: consett co durham
  • Location: consett co durham

    Early warnings of severe weather

    These are issued when severe weather is expected in the next few days.

    Risk of disruption Warning Valid from Valid to

    North East England:40% Darlington

    40% Durham

    40% Hartlepool

    40% Middlesbrough

    40% Northumberland

    40% Redcar + Cleveland

    40% Stockton-on-Tees

    40% Tyne + Wear

    Heavy Rain 1005 Tue 14 2100 Wed 15

    This is an update to the Early Warning first issued on Friday 10th August. The Met Office is predicting the continuation of unseasonably wet and at times windy weather across the UK, mainly over England and Wales during Tuesday and Wednesday. Heavy rainfall is expected quite widely across England and Wales at times today. Another area of heavy rain and showers, with thundery downpours in places, is expected to affect chiefly Wales and parts of central England through Wednesday. Additional totals of 25-50mm are expected in the worst affected areas during the next 36 hours. Southwest winds could gust to around 40mph inland today and perhaps touching 50mph on exposed coasts through the period. The weather could cause some disruption to the transport system and to weather sensitive leisure activities. This will be the last issue of this Early Warning, which is expected to be superseded by FLASH warnings.

    Issued at: 1008 Tue 14 Aug

    surely they could have revised this by now :shok:

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