New weather warning issued for parts of UK as wild weather continues

11/23/2022 1:11:00 PM

The Met Office has published a new alert with heavy rain and strong winds expected.

BREAKING: A new weather warning has been issued for parts of the UK tomorrow. The yellow alert covers: ⚠️ Wales ⚠️ The south west of England ⚠️ Much of the south coast

The Met Office has published a new alert with heavy rain and strong winds expected.

There has been localised flooding around the country in recent weeks and there’s more rain to come (Picture: Getty) A new weather warning has been issued for parts of the UK tomorrow.Parts of Northern Ireland have been experiencing flooding amid a weather warning from the Met Office.The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning for parts of Northern Ireland to take effect from Wednesday.Alongside stars Lauren Cohan and Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Dead City 's cast includes Gaius Charles (playing Perlie Armstrong), Željko Ivanek (The Croat), Jonathan Higginbotham (Tommaso), Mahina Napoleon (Ginny), Trey Santiago-Hudson (Jano) and Karina Ortiz (Amaia).

The yellow alert covers Wales, the South West England and much of the southern coast.Strong winds and heavy rain are expected to batter the areas throughout Thursday and spread into the West Midlands and parts of the North.The Met Office said on Sunday that ‘heavy rain may cause some flooding and disruption to travel during Monday’.Forecasters are expecting a ‘brief spell of heavy rain and strong, gusty winds perhaps causing some transport disruption and flooding’.Read more: Co Down park to get £40k "drastic" measures to combat invasive species It is set to impact on early morning rush hour traffic, with the warning impacting Belfast and other eastern regions including parts of Co Antrim, Co Armagh, and Co Down.The warning is in place from 10am to 7pm, though conditions will differ depending on the area throughout the warning period.In Derry, flooding has been reported along the lower end of Trench Road with sandbags in place along part of the route.It’s the latest in a string of warning issued in recent weeks amid unpredictable weather conditions.

After a summer drought, most of the country has seen spells of torrential rain, particularly Scotland.They said: “#CoDown - Drivers are urged to exercise extra care on the roads this morning due to the wet weather conditions.Bus and train services probably affected with journey times taking longer.Homes were flooded and transport was severely disrupted over the weekend by stormy conditions.The warning covers Wales, much of southern England and strays into parts of the North and Midlands (Picture: Met Office) To view this video please enable JavaScript, and consider upgrading to a web browser that Recent wet weather meant a hosepipe ban covering more than 15 million people could be lifted this week.READ NEXT: For all the latest news, visit the Belfast Live homepage here.Thames Water introduced the measure after historic low levels of rainfall over the summer.To sign up to our FREE newsletters, see here.The ban came into effect on August 24 after a drought was officially declared across most of England following the driest July for 50 years and the driest first half of the year since 1976..

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