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Amber warning There are warnings of rain, wind and ice in the next 5 days for United Kingdom

United Kingdom

17:26 on Sunday, 7 February 2016

Ice warning of yellow

Yellow warning of ice

Be aware

Valid from 21:00 on Sunday until 09:00 on Monday

Icy stretches are expected to form on untreated surfaces later on Sunday evening and overnight into Monday morning. In addition, scattered wintry showers may give slight snowfalls on higher ground in the west of the area. Please be aware of these wintry hazards and the potential for some difficult driving conditions overnight and into the Monday morning rush hour.

Chief Forecaster's assessment

As winds ease and skies clear during Sunday evening, temperatures will fall with ice readily forming on untreated surfaces. Some wintry showers are still possible overnight, mainly in the west of the warning area, and could give a few cm of snow mainly above 300-400 m, while adding to the ice risk at lower levels.

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

Issued at:
09:24 on Sunday, 7 February 2016
Last modified at:
09:24 on Sunday, 7 February 2016
Valid from:
21:00 on Sunday, 7 February 2016
Valid until:
09:00 on Monday, 8 February 2016
Regions affected:
Rain warning of yellow

Yellow warning of rain

Be aware

Valid from 17:00 on Sunday until 08:00 on Monday

Showers or longer spells of rain will continue to affect southern Scotland on Sunday evening, and overnight into Monday morning. Please be aware of some difficult driving conditions due to standing water and spray, and some localised surface water flooding.

Chief Forecaster's assessment

Atlantic fronts will cross from the southwest on Sunday evening, followed by a strong showery southwesterly airstream overnight, with troughs enhancing these showers at times. A further 15-25 mm is expected quite widely within the warning area, with perhaps 30-40 mm over the hills. With the ground still saturated after the recent wet weather, these amounts of rain will be enough to cause some low impact surface water flooding. This warning has been updated to focus on the wettest areas tonight, and to slightly extend the period into Monday morning.

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

Issued at:
09:58 on Saturday, 6 February 2016
Last modified at:
15:18 on Sunday, 7 February 2016
Valid from:
17:00 on Sunday, 7 February 2016
Valid until:
08:00 on Monday, 8 February 2016
Regions affected:
Rain warning of yellow

Yellow warning of rain

Be aware

Valid from 15:00 on Sunday until 18:00 on Monday

Rain will move quickly eastwards on Sunday afternoon and evening, followed by frequent showers overnight and through Monday. The showers are likely to be heavy at times and accompanied by hail and thunder, with very strong and gusty winds. Be aware of the potential for localised surface water flooding.

Chief Forecaster's assessment

A deep area of low pressure will sweep a band of frontal rain quickly eastwards later on Sunday. Following this, a very unstable westerly flow will bring frequent heavy showers on Sunday night and through much of Monday. Over a 24 hour period, rainfall accumulations of 15 to 25 mm are likely quite widely, with over 40 mm across the high ground of Wales and the moors of southwest England. Given saturated conditions due to recent rainfall, there is potential for some surface water flooding, which will combine with very strong winds to lead to difficult driving conditions.

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

Issued at:
10:15 on Sunday, 7 February 2016
Last modified at:
10:15 on Sunday, 7 February 2016
Valid from:
15:00 on Sunday, 7 February 2016
Valid until:
18:00 on Monday, 8 February 2016
Regions affected:

17:26 on Monday, 8 February 2016

Wind warning of amber

Amber warning of wind

Be prepared

Valid from 03:00 on Monday until 18:00 on Monday

An area of very strong winds is likely to extend east across southwest England and parts of central southern England on Monday morning. Gusts of 60-70 mph are likely widely, with 80 mph gusts in exposed coastal areas, particularly Cornwall and North Devon, and also through the Bristol Channel. Some very large waves are also likely to affect many coasts, in particular north coasts of Cornwall and Devon. Winds should gradually ease through the afternoon and evening. Please be prepared for disruption to travel as well as possible damage to trees and structures, and interruption of power supplies. This is an update to the warning to extend the amber area to cover more of the Bristol Channel, including Cardiff and Bristol, and also English Channel coasts of Sussex and Kent.

Chief Forecaster's assessment

An area of low pressure is expected to move eastwards across the UK on Monday with a swathe of very strong winds around its southern flank, which will affect parts of southern Britain. The winds are likely to be very gusty at times, particularly in association with heavy showers running across these areas. There remains some uncertainty in northward and eastward extent of the damaging winds as well as the peak strengths and so this warning will be kept under review.

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

Issued at:
04:51 on Sunday, 7 February 2016
Last modified at:
10:36 on Sunday, 7 February 2016
Valid from:
03:00 on Monday, 8 February 2016
Valid until:
18:00 on Monday, 8 February 2016
Regions affected:
Wind warning of yellow

Yellow warning of wind

Be aware

Valid from 03:00 on Monday until 18:00 on Monday

An area of very strong winds are expected to extend east across much of southern England and parts of south Wales on Monday morning. Gusts of 60-70 mph are likely quite widely, with 80 mph gusts likely in exposed coastal areas, particularly Cornwall. Some very large waves are also likely to affect many coasts, in particular the north coasts of Cornwall and Devon. Winds should gradually ease through the afternoon and evening. Please be aware of the potential for disruption to travel as well as possible damage to trees and structures and interruption of power supplies. This is an update to the warning to extend the yellow area a little further north across south Wales and southern England. This is a further update to extend the warning to cover most other counties of southern England.

Chief Forecaster's assessment

An area of low pressure is expected to move eastwards across the UK on Monday with a swathe of very strong winds around its southern flank, which will cross much of southern England and parts of south Wales. The winds are likely to be very gusty at times, particularly in association with heavy showers running across these areas. There remains some uncertainty in northward extent of the damaging winds as well as the peak strengths and so this warning will be kept under review.

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

Issued at:
11:28 on Friday, 5 February 2016
Last modified at:
10:26 on Sunday, 7 February 2016
Valid from:
03:00 on Monday, 8 February 2016
Valid until:
18:00 on Monday, 8 February 2016
Regions affected:
Ice warning of yellow

Yellow warning of ice

Be aware

Valid from 21:00 on Sunday until 09:00 on Monday

Icy stretches are expected to form on untreated surfaces later on Sunday evening and overnight into Monday morning. In addition, scattered wintry showers may give slight snowfalls on higher ground in the west of the area. Please be aware of these wintry hazards and the potential for some difficult driving conditions overnight and into the Monday morning rush hour.

Chief Forecaster's assessment

As winds ease and skies clear during Sunday evening, temperatures will fall with ice readily forming on untreated surfaces. Some wintry showers are still possible overnight, mainly in the west of the warning area, and could give a few cm of snow mainly above 300-400 m, while adding to the ice risk at lower levels.

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

Issued at:
09:24 on Sunday, 7 February 2016
Last modified at:
09:24 on Sunday, 7 February 2016
Valid from:
21:00 on Sunday, 7 February 2016
Valid until:
09:00 on Monday, 8 February 2016
Regions affected:
Rain warning of yellow

Yellow warning of rain

Be aware

Valid from 17:00 on Sunday until 08:00 on Monday

Showers or longer spells of rain will continue to affect southern Scotland on Sunday evening, and overnight into Monday morning. Please be aware of some difficult driving conditions due to standing water and spray, and some localised surface water flooding.

Chief Forecaster's assessment

Atlantic fronts will cross from the southwest on Sunday evening, followed by a strong showery southwesterly airstream overnight, with troughs enhancing these showers at times. A further 15-25 mm is expected quite widely within the warning area, with perhaps 30-40 mm over the hills. With the ground still saturated after the recent wet weather, these amounts of rain will be enough to cause some low impact surface water flooding. This warning has been updated to focus on the wettest areas tonight, and to slightly extend the period into Monday morning.

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

Issued at:
09:58 on Saturday, 6 February 2016
Last modified at:
15:18 on Sunday, 7 February 2016
Valid from:
17:00 on Sunday, 7 February 2016
Valid until:
08:00 on Monday, 8 February 2016
Regions affected:
Rain warning of yellow

Yellow warning of rain

Be aware

Valid from 15:00 on Sunday until 18:00 on Monday

Rain will move quickly eastwards on Sunday afternoon and evening, followed by frequent showers overnight and through Monday. The showers are likely to be heavy at times and accompanied by hail and thunder, with very strong and gusty winds. Be aware of the potential for localised surface water flooding.

Chief Forecaster's assessment

A deep area of low pressure will sweep a band of frontal rain quickly eastwards later on Sunday. Following this, a very unstable westerly flow will bring frequent heavy showers on Sunday night and through much of Monday. Over a 24 hour period, rainfall accumulations of 15 to 25 mm are likely quite widely, with over 40 mm across the high ground of Wales and the moors of southwest England. Given saturated conditions due to recent rainfall, there is potential for some surface water flooding, which will combine with very strong winds to lead to difficult driving conditions.

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

Issued at:
10:15 on Sunday, 7 February 2016
Last modified at:
10:15 on Sunday, 7 February 2016
Valid from:
15:00 on Sunday, 7 February 2016
Valid until:
18:00 on Monday, 8 February 2016
Regions affected:

17:26 on Tuesday, 9 February 2016

There are no warnings for United Kingdom on Tuesday 9 February 2016

17:26 on Wednesday, 10 February 2016

There are no warnings for United Kingdom on Wednesday 10 February 2016

17:26 on Thursday, 11 February 2016

There are no warnings for United Kingdom on Thursday 11 February 2016