A record wet November in store if the rain continues as its done for the first half of the month
In western parts the northwesterly has been gale force at times around Elvis II in the last 24 hours, any other day gusts as high as 70 mph would have merited a yellow wind warning. As far as I can see the centre of Elvis II didn’t quite behave itself today as far as the model runs of yesterday predicted it would, and much of our part of the Scotland saw light winds and little in the way of rain in the centre of the low.
Yesterday’s yellow warning for rain for central southern England.
A wet autumn so far but not for all.
A wonderful visible satellite image
Why is it that the BBC weather forecast don’t colour code rainfall intensities like the Met Office do?
Meteogroup and their multiple shades of blue
Flooding in South Yorkshire – similarities with June 2007?
Over 50 mm of rain since 04 UTC this morning in South Yorkshire and there’s more to come.
The continuous rain that’s been plaguing the NE of Scotland has finally cleared away.
Both yellow warnings for heavy rain yesterday proved quite accurate
Low Arne is forecast to be a weather bomb with gusts to 70 mph but is not a named storm and thoughts about the logic behind impact based warning systems.
A great week in the northeast of Scotland a bit soggy for others