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Yellow Warning There are rain warnings in the next 5 days for Grampian.

Grampian

Fri 01 Aug 2014

yellow warning of rain

Yellow warning of rain

Be aware

An area of rain is expected to push north across the UK through Saturday. The rain will be persistent and sometimes heavy, especially across western areas at first, and later over northern areas. There remains some uncertainty in the eastward extent across England and Wales, and then, during the afternoon and evening, how far the rain will push into Scotland: there is the possibility that the warning area will be revised again, either later today or early on Saturday. The rain should clear much of southwest England and then parts of south Wales during the day. Strong winds will present an additional hazard later in the day along areas adjoining the northern part of the Irish Sea. The public are advised to be aware of the risk of disruption to travel and outdoor activities due to localised surface water flooding.

Local Authorities affected: Aberdeenshire, Aberdeen

A developing area of low pressure is expected to track north across the UK through the weekend. The heaviest rainfall is currently expected to develop on the western flank of the low, with west Wales, some western fringes of England and southwest Scotland seeming most at risk from widespread 20 to 40 mm of rain, and locally perhaps exceeding 50 mm in 12 hours. This is a complex situation, and the warning may well be updated again as the situation develops.

The public is advised to take extra care, further information and advice can be found here: http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/weather/uk/links.html

Issued at: 1154 on Fri 01 Aug 2014

Valid from: 0015 on Sat 02 Aug 2014

Valid to: 2345 on Sat 02 Aug 2014

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Sat 02 Aug 2014

yellow warning of rain

Yellow warning of rain

Be aware

An area of persistent and at times heavy rain will move north across the area. Additionally strong winds will affect many areas for a time, with the risk of gales over some coasts and hills. Conditions should improve quite quickly over northern England, with some improvement expected for parts of southern and perhaps central and eastern Scotland as the persistent rain moves away. However, further scattered thundery downpours may then affect parts of eastern Scotland. The public should be aware of the risk of localised flooding and of disruption to transport and outdoor activities.

Local Authorities affected: Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Moray

A low pressure area will move north across Scotland on Sunday. Rainfall totals will be very variable but could well exceed 50 mm in 12-24 hours in places, whilst winds are likely to gust 40-50 mph over some coasts and hills. Computer models are still showing some variations in the track and depth of the low, with consequent uncertainty regarding extent and amounts of rain and in the timings of the improvement from the south - this alert is likely to be updated again.

The public is advised to take extra care, further information and advice can be found here: http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/weather/uk/links.html

Issued at: 1215 on Fri 01 Aug 2014

Valid from: 0015 on Sun 03 Aug 2014

Valid to: 2300 on Sun 03 Aug 2014

Sat 02 Aug 2014

yellow warning of rain

Yellow warning of rain

Be aware

An area of rain is expected to push north across the UK through Saturday. The rain will be persistent and sometimes heavy, especially across western areas at first, and later over northern areas. There remains some uncertainty in the eastward extent across England and Wales, and then, during the afternoon and evening, how far the rain will push into Scotland: there is the possibility that the warning area will be revised again, either later today or early on Saturday. The rain should clear much of southwest England and then parts of south Wales during the day. Strong winds will present an additional hazard later in the day along areas adjoining the northern part of the Irish Sea. The public are advised to be aware of the risk of disruption to travel and outdoor activities due to localised surface water flooding.

Local Authorities affected: Aberdeenshire, Aberdeen

A developing area of low pressure is expected to track north across the UK through the weekend. The heaviest rainfall is currently expected to develop on the western flank of the low, with west Wales, some western fringes of England and southwest Scotland seeming most at risk from widespread 20 to 40 mm of rain, and locally perhaps exceeding 50 mm in 12 hours. This is a complex situation, and the warning may well be updated again as the situation develops.

The public is advised to take extra care, further information and advice can be found here: http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/weather/uk/links.html

Issued at: 1154 on Fri 01 Aug 2014

Valid from: 0015 on Sat 02 Aug 2014

Valid to: 2345 on Sat 02 Aug 2014

map of Grampian
  • Rain
  • Wind
  • Snow
  • Ice
  • Fog

Sun 03 Aug 2014

yellow warning of rain

Yellow warning of rain

Be aware

An area of persistent and at times heavy rain will move north across the area. Additionally strong winds will affect many areas for a time, with the risk of gales over some coasts and hills. Conditions should improve quite quickly over northern England, with some improvement expected for parts of southern and perhaps central and eastern Scotland as the persistent rain moves away. However, further scattered thundery downpours may then affect parts of eastern Scotland. The public should be aware of the risk of localised flooding and of disruption to transport and outdoor activities.

Local Authorities affected: Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Moray

A low pressure area will move north across Scotland on Sunday. Rainfall totals will be very variable but could well exceed 50 mm in 12-24 hours in places, whilst winds are likely to gust 40-50 mph over some coasts and hills. Computer models are still showing some variations in the track and depth of the low, with consequent uncertainty regarding extent and amounts of rain and in the timings of the improvement from the south - this alert is likely to be updated again.

The public is advised to take extra care, further information and advice can be found here: http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/weather/uk/links.html

Issued at: 1215 on Fri 01 Aug 2014

Valid from: 0015 on Sun 03 Aug 2014

Valid to: 2300 on Sun 03 Aug 2014

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Mon 04 Aug 2014

There are currently no warnings for Grampian on Mon 04 Aug 2014.

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Tue 05 Aug 2014

There are currently no warnings for Grampian on Tue 05 Aug 2014.

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