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UK weather forecast – 'Danger to life' floods with a risk


According to weather experts, that would be the equivalent of getting a fortnight’s rain in just a matter of hours.


Weather experts have warned of flooding across the UKCredit: PA: Press Association


This weather map shows where rain is predicted to fall


Two women shelter under an umbrella during a night out in LeedsCredit: nb press ltd


This woman was having something of a bad hair when she took a walk along the seafront in BlackpoolCredit: Alamy Live News


A lad carries a woman so she does not get her feet wet down in LeedsCredit: nb press ltd


A twitter user snapped this picture of a flooded road in Wroxham near NorwichCredit: PA: Press Association



An amber warning is currently in place today from 1pm until 4pm which is centered around Norwich and covers parts of Norfolk and Suffolk.

It is a good luck to be flooded by some roads.

It also warns of a “danger to life” due to deep or fast flowing floodwater and can not be avoided “

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A contractor pumps water out of the road after flooding and excessive surface water on Tower Bridge this morningCredit: London News Pictures


Standing Water Collected on the iconic bridge *********** Credit: London News Pictures


Drivers got through the rainCredit: London News Pictures


It was Blackpool, LancashireCredit: Alamy Live News


AT because of churns up the spray in Whitley Bay, NorthumberlandCredit: PA: Press Association


A woman in Leeds uses her handbag to protect herself from the rainCredit: nb press ltd

In Islay, in the Inner Hebrides, 55 6mm fell in the last 24 hours, while in northern England some areas saw around 20 mm.

In the early hours of Sunday, police forces across the country, including in Norfolk and West Yorkshire, took to social media to warn drivers of standing water on the roads.

Met Office Meteorologist Becky Mitchell said that while in eastern parts of the United States

“That band of rain is going to be quite slow moving over the far east,” she said.

Ms Mitchell said Cavendish in Suffolk had already seen 25 6mm of rain in the last 12 hours, while overall eastern areas could be hit by 47 to 60 mm of rain on Sunday.

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“That could give a risk of some flooding, it’s a little bit more likely that some areas could see more in that second warning,” she said.

Winds in eastern coastal areas are also expected to bring chilly conditions, with temperatures dropping to around 12 gold 13VS.

These cover two warnings for the River Vyrnwy, the Chediston watercourse at Halesworth and the Arkle Beck river at Reeth.A further 24 flood alerts have been issued advising people to prepare for possible flooding across northern, central and south-east England.


A 1, 000 – mile wide low pressure vortex is expected to hit the UK on Monday

After a brief dry spell on Sunday evening, the wet and windy The weather is forecast to return on the country on Monday, Ms Mitchell said.

“There are not any signs of much drier weather,” she added.

“It looks like it’s going to stay quite changeable through the rest of the week.”

A 1, 000 – mile wide low pressure vortex is set to bring in very wet and windy weather which will last until at least Wednesday.

Powerful 40 ft waves are due on Monday with the west coast – with 22 waves on Scotland’s west coast.


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The north-west could see 70 mph gale force winds.

That could become the first UK-named storm of autumn, the Met Office said.


This woman seems to see the funny side despite being blackpoolCredit: Alamy Live News


Surfers make the most of the windy conditi at Bracklesham Bay in West SussexCredit: Bav Media


This cyclist is determined to let the floods in London put her off her journeyCredit: London News Pictures

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