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Net-Weather Flash Alert 00026: 29th July 2004

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  • Location: Bournemouth, Dorset
  • Location: Bournemouth, Dorset


    Category: Level 3 Warning

    Weather type: Heavy rain and thunderstorms

    Affecting: Devon, Cornwall, parts of Wales, Midlands, NE England, NW England, Central Northern England

    Date Valid For: 20:00 until 00:00, Thurs 29th - Fri 30th July 2004

    Time Of Issue: 20:10, Thursday 29 July 2004

    Discussion: Heavy and intense precipitation has enroached from the west during the day. Ahead of the main front, a batch of heavy/thundery showers had developed and moved slightly northeast during the evening. Although NE England, SE Scotland have put under focus on many TV and Internet forecasts, the most intense precipitation currently is in south-west England, and in southern and central Wales. TV forecasts must have expected for this to fizzle out and for them the front to spark off some severe thunderstorms in northern areas, but this has not happened out. The precipitation in the southwest has moved relatively slowly, but it is still uncertain of what will happen, it is a case of wait and see. This front is expected to move eastwards overnight, but still affect eastern areas of the UK tomorrow, with light rain.

    Hazardous travelling conditions can be expected under the precipitation.

    Confidence Level: 60%

    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 needed.

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