Met Office Chief Meteorologist Frank Saunders, said; “As we head through the rest of the week low pressure systems in the Atlantic will feed weather fronts across the UK, bringing rain and showers for many.

“High pressure close to Scandinavia acts to block the progress of weather fronts, causing them to stall at times, bringing prolonged, heavy rainfall for some, particularly to the West and south. There will also be more rainfall feeding in from the east coast into eastern Scotland and northeast England, areas so badly impacted by Storm Babet. This rainfall won’t be as heavy as last week’s but has the potential to cause some further impacts, or perhaps to delay recovery and repair work.”

Sunday will probably see another low-pressure system crossing England and Wales with further heavy rain likely, and perhaps strong winds. The unsettled weather looks to continue through next week.

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