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Britain to be lashed by ‘super storm’ on Remembrance weekend

by LLB Reporter
9th Nov 18 9:39 am

The Met Office has forecast at least three days of rain to sweep across the Remembrance weekend. The weatherman has warned about intense bursts of rain, as well as windy conditions, across Britain.

Forecasters have warned about a yellow weather warning for wind and downpours in some areas as well.

Met Office spokesman Grahame Madge told media that downpours will be affecting different parts of the UK over the next three days: “The heavy rain in the west country and up through western parts of Britain will continue today, while the east is looking very dry and clear particularly around areas of Lincolnshire and the East Midlands.

“But tomorrow, there will be a bit more cloud and the arrival of quite a wet spell of weather. Everywhere in Britain will see heavy rain tomorrow, but that system will gradually swing east into the north sea in the early hours of Saturday morning.”

Meanwhile, a furious swirling vortex is also hurtling towards Britain with an expected time of impact around lunchtime today. This could trigger coastal floods and power cuts in some areas.

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