Heavy rain is set to batter parts of England and Wales this week, leaving homes and businesses at risk of flooding and causing travel chaos. The Met Office this morning issued a yellow weather warning, with forecasters expecting torrential downpours across parts of central Wales and North Western England. Forecasters said there is a chance homes could be flooded on Thursday and Friday. The Met Office said: “There is a small chance of fast flowing or deep floodwater causing danger to life.” The warning comes into effect at noon on Thursday and remains in place until midnight on Friday. Downpours, said to be the remnants of Hurricane Epsilon, are due to hit UK shores by Wednesday – and we may even see some snow next weekend. Wind and rain will turn to sleet and snow soon, according to the Met Office, who are monitoring conditions in Scandinavia that may provoke wintry conditions from early November. Hail and thunder are both possible from Wednesday, the Met Office report added. The update follows a weekend in which coastal areas were battered by torrential rain and winds of up to 50mph. While Tuesday will start dry before rain spreads eastwards across the country,… Read full this story
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