UK weather forecast: Britain will suffer from DELUGE thunderstorm rains – latest maps show | Weather | New

Forecasters also say that in parts of the UK, temperatures will drop to as low as 10 ° C (50 ° F) by the middle of the week after a mini-heatwave last weekend. In Wrexham, north Wales, the Met Office said temperatures were 22 ° C (71.6 ° F) on Saturday, but could reach 12 ° C (53.6 ° F) in the middle of the week.

The Met Office says an area of ​​low pressure is expected to bring heavy rain and high winds to large parts of the UK, heralding the start of a colder spell.

Most parts of the UK will experience showers today and some will be heavy and stormy.

In September, the whole of the UK experiences an average of 10 days of rain, totaling 70 millimeters (2.7 inches).

This means that the four-inch deluge is equivalent to over a month of rain.

A yellow weather warning for rain has been issued for North East Scotland and heavy downpours are expected to hit Aberdeenshire, Morayshire and the Highlands.

The weather warning is in place until about 12 p.m. today and forecasters have warned that flooding of businesses and homes in the area is likely and transportation services will likely be delayed due to weather conditions.

The Met Office says Tuesday will see sunshine in eastern England and Scotland, but showers in Wales and the west in the morning.

Heavy rains will spread over England, Wales and Scotland, with thunder possible in the south in the afternoon.

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Elsewhere, central England will experience a more moderate precipitation range of 22-27mm (0.86-1.06 inches) while 7mm to 14mm (0.25-0.55 inches) will fall in the southeast and the east.

The charts also show that the central belt and south-west of Scotland will experience between 58 and 64 mm (2.12 to 2.51 mm) of precipitation over the next five days, while the northern parts will experience between 37 and 45 mm (1.45 to 1.77 inches).

BBC Weather forecaster Matt Taylor said of this week: “As we move into the middle of the week, a large area of ​​low pressure will cause longer spells of rain and strong winds.

“It’s also going to be significantly cooler than this weekend.”

Looking towards the end of the week, the Met Office’s long-range forecast for the UK from Wednesday September 29 to Friday October 8, added: “This period will see volatile conditions for many with low pressure systems moving through the Kingdom. -United.

“This will bring organized bands of rain, sometimes heavy for those in the north and west of the country, and interspersed with cooler and rainy periods, as well as sometimes bright skies.

“Drier and more stable conditions are likely in the southern and eastern parts of the country, but it is still possible that bands of rain and strong northerly and westerly winds may extend into these areas.

“Temperatures are most likely slightly below average for this time of year at the start of the period, but will gradually return to near average.”

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