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Net-Weather Alert 00034: 22nd - 24th August 2004 (Updated)


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

    Advanced Weather Alert

    Category: Level 3 Warning

    Weather type: Heavy Rain/Thundery Showers

    Affecting: Whole of the UK.

    Date Valid For: 06:00 Sunday 22nd August - 12:00 noon Tuesday 24th August 2004

    Time Of Issue: 11.30 Saturday 21st August 2004.

    Another deep Atlantic depression is expected to slowly move across the UK over the next few days, bringing further spells of heavy rain follwed by thundery showers.

    A band of heavy and persistant rain will move into Southwest England, Wales and Northern Ireland early Sunday with localised heavy and thundery downpours, giving the risk of localised flooding. This area of rain will then slowly move northeastwards during Sunday and Sunday night and during Monday will become slow moving over Scotland for a time, further increasing the risk of flooding in those areas already affected by flooding.

    Rainfall amounts may exceed 40mm in parts of Southwest England, Wales and Northern Ireland.

    In addition, winds will increase for a time with this rain band over Southwestern coasts and hills, with gusts of around 50MPH possible.

    Heavy, thundery showers will then follow this rain band with the risk of hail and localised downpours giving flash flooding and appalling driving conditions.

    Confidence Level: 75%

    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.

    Disclaimer: The owners of net-weather.co.uk hold no responsibility for losses or damage to property or injury to persons due to any information or forecasts contained in this website. The application of any of the information or forecasts within this site are entirely at the users risk. The information and forecasts held on this website and any services linked with the website are provided on an as is basis, the owners of net-weather hold no responsibility for losses or damage to property or injury to persons due to any of these being unavailable at any time.

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

    Weather Alert UPDATE

    Category: Level 2 Warning

    Weather type: Heavy Thundery Showers.

    Affecting: Whole of the UK.

    Date Valid For: 10:30 Monday 23rd August - 22:00 Tuesday 24th August 2004

    Time Of Issue: 11.30 Saturday 21st August 2004.

    UPDATED: 10:30 Monday 23rd August 2004.

    The band of occasionally heavy and persistant rain will continue to move northwards across the UK today (Monday).

    Meanwhile, heavy thundery showers are expected to develop widely during today and tomorrow. Some torrential and prolonged downpours are likely, especially in Southwest England and Wales, with totals of around 40mm possible, with some extreme totals of over 70mm, further increasing the risk of flooding in those areas already affected by flooding.

    Confidence Level: 75%

    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.

    Disclaimer: The owners of net-weather.co.uk hold no responsibility for losses or damage to property or injury to persons due to any information or forecasts contained in this website. The application of any of the information or forecasts within this site are entirely at the users risk. The information and forecasts held on this website and any services linked with the website are provided on an as is basis, the owners of net-weather hold no responsibility for losses or damage to property or injury to persons due to any of these being unavailable at any time.

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