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
A distinct line in the high rainfall totals over the last 24 hours.
Today’s latest update has made my Trigger’s broom analogy even more appropriate.
Another day and another tweak to the yellow warning for heavy rain.
A day inside a rain shadow
UK getting slightly warmer, drier and sunnier since 1999
A dreich day down the east coast of Scotland
When you can’t pin down exactly where the showers will be why not let the NWP model do the work and display a rainfall accumulation chart?