GREAT BRITAIN will be hit even harder by torrential rains and thunder this week in a seven-day washout, as Brits start to meet inside from today.
Britain faces one of the wettest May on record as torrential rains and thunderstorms hit much of the UK this week after many suffered a wet Sunday outside from the pub.
Knee-length flash floods hit Bolton on Sunday night as forecasters warned of heavier rains and thunderstorms across Britain on the day pubs finally leave drinkers inside.
Over a month of windy and rainy socializing ended at midnight, when pals can finally meet in pubs and homes.
On Friday there had been 91% of the expected precipitation for the whole month, already with 63.5mm – so if things stay as wet as they have been, May 2021 could break the record of 131.7mm in 1967.
Met Office forecaster Steven Keates said even if the record were not broken it would be a “particularly wet month”.
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The Met Office tweeted, âA rainy theme will continue throughout the first part of this week.
“A deep zone of low pressure is expected to arrive on Thursday to provide a period of #wet and unusually #ventilated weather.”
RAINY DAY IN MANCHESTER
HEAVY RAIN IN SOUTH AND EAST
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The Met Office has warned that “heavy thunderstorms will bring surface water to some roads, especially in the south and east.
THUNDER HITS UK – BBC
“Showers are starting to get thunderstorm now,” BBC Weather tweeted after 1pm today.
He added: “The latest radar shows where these thunderstorms have appeared.”
WEATHER TONIGHT – MET OFFICE
Showers are easing this evening, with clear periods developing, according to the Met Office.
However, there will be more showers in the southwest later.
The weather will be cloudier in the far north with occasional rain.
There is also a possibility of freezing in some rural areas in the north.
âOver the next week, there is a chance that more stable conditions will gradually establish themselves.
“While further rains and showers are possible, drier and brighter overall conditions are expected to become more dominant.
âStaying fairly cool for the time of year, although nighttime frost is limited, mainly in rural areas to the north.
“Over the next week, there are indications that conditions may start to warm up, with temperatures closer to normal for the time of year.”
IT WILL ALSO RAIN NEXT WEEK
The following week won’t be much different with scattered showers across the country.
The Met Office said: âThese showers are likely to be heavy at times, with thunderstorms possible in places.
âOn Friday and perhaps until the weekend, more prolonged rain episodes are sometimes likely, particularly in the west.
UNAGREEABLE WEATHER THIS WEEK
Wednesday will be mostly dry in the southern and western regions, while the north and east will experience outbreaks of rain, according to BBC Weather.
Unstable conditions caused by the low pressure are expected Thursday.
The volatile weather appears to continue through Friday as the low moves east.
Tuesday will be sunny in the southern parts of the UK.
Heavy showers are expected to develop in the afternoon, according to BBC Weather.
In the north, it will be cloudier with afternoon showers as well.
Showers are expected to die off overnight, according to BBC Weather.
Scattered clouds and clearings are expected across the country for tonight.
The weather will be generally calm, but southern areas can expect moderate westerly winds.
HEAVY RAIN IS EXPECTED TODAY
According to BBC Weather, this afternoon will have a mix of showers and sunny periods across the UK.
Some showers will become heavy and stormy in places.
Showers will be less frequent in western regions.
RAIN OVER THE UK IS EXPECTED AT 4:00 PM
There is currently a flood warning in place for Bessy Creek in Lostock, according to the Environment Agency.
Six flood alerts are also in place:
- River Ray and its tributaries from Shipton Lee to Islip included
- Clyst and Culm rivers and their tributaries
- Teign river region
- Southeast Somerset Rivers, headwaters
- Upper Wey River
- West Somerset Streams
RAIN FOR THE NEXT DAYS
UNAGREEABLE WEATHER THE REST OF THE WEEK
More heavy showers are expected in southern areas on Wednesday, before a fine and cool night, according to the Met Office.
Unstable weather in the west on Thursday, with strong winds and rain developing, which is expected to last until Friday.
Rain in the far north heading south to mainland Scotland is expected tomorrow, according to the Met Office.
Elsewhere, it will be another day of sun and showers.
Heavy showers with risk of a thunderstorm in the south.
ICE EVENING IN THE NORTH
Showers will subside with the development of clear spells.
More showers are expected in the southwest later.
The north will be cloudy with occasional rain and some rural areas may even see frost.
NO SUN IN SIGHT
According to BBC Weather, it doesn’t look like spring is coming anytime soon.
This week’s temperatures will be between 12C and 16C.
The UK’s highest temperature to date was back in March
FRESH REST OF THE MONTH
The Met Office has warned that torrential rainstorms could continue for the rest of the month with temperatures unlikely to reach teens.
âLonger-term forecasts suggest that at the start of June there is a suspicion that things are getting drier and more stable,â forecaster Marco Petagna said. the mirror.
Weather maps claimed temperatures could peak at 22C next weekend, but Mr Petagna said that was unlikely.
He added: “Before that, temperatures could be near or above average. Most likely, it will be average to high teenagers – 17 or 18 Â° C.
“It looks volatile for next week. The next 10 days are pretty mixed. It means showers and longer periods of rain.”
A “RAINY WEEK”
Heavy rains are expected today, particularly in southern England and south Wales.
Met Office forecaster Alex Deakin said: âSome places will see a lot more rain than others this weekend.
âIt varies a bit from place to place.
“The wettest places today are probably southern England and southern Wales.
âThey could see another 20 to 30mm of rain in just two or three hours.
“It’s almost like the UK is going to see a week of rain in one day if you share it like that.”
BEAUTIFUL SUNRISE AT SEABURN BEACH IN SUNDERLAND THIS MORNING
RAINY EARLY DAY
The Met Office says parts of the east will be cloudy today, followed by periods of sunshine before the showers.
Heavy thunderstorms accompanied by hail are expected in the afternoon, concentrated in the eastern, southern and central areas, possibly less in the west by then.
A little warmer.