Thunderstorms hit UK as two-day yellow weather warning threatens flooding, power outages

Flooding and power outages are expected today as the UK prepares for a two-day yellow weather warning.

Thunderstorms will hit much of the South and Northeast today, with severe weather expected to continue into tomorrow.


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Britons prepare for the next two days of thunderstorms

Japan Meteorological Agency has two yellow weather warning In the case of thunderstorms, heavy rains are expected in much of the country, one today and one tomorrow.

Both warnings cover all of the southeast and most of the southwest.

After that, the affected area stretched northward along the east coast.

far north city yoke When middlesbrough set to be affected.

The two alerts cover the time period from 4:00 am Sunday to 5:00 am Monday.

According to the Japan Meteorological Agency, this could include sudden floods and power outages, which could result in floods and lightning strikes causing transportation delays and other transportation problems.

In the worst cases, flooded roads can temporarily shut off small communities.

Scotland, wales When Northern Ireland,and northwestto avoid the worst weather.

However, these areas will still experience long periods of rain, many of which can be heavy.

despite this, Britain will continue to get warmer – Set to stay damp until next week.

This was after four flood warnings and a yellow weather warning were issued on Thursday. thunderstorm and thunder.

A jet stream swept across Britain, bringing rain and alarms.

In the UK, temperatures are much warmer than usual at this time of year and this trend is expected to continue.

The highest recorded October temperature in the UK was 29.4C in a small market town in March. Cambridgeshireon the first day of the month 1985.

Weather forecasters predict warmer weather “Indian Summer”.


Much of the South and Northeast are on alertCredit: Rex Thunderstorms hit UK as two-day yellow weather warning threatens flooding, power outages

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