Wind and rain all day at Prestwick on thursdayAviador said:The Met Office are forecasting more severe weather for tomorrow morning. Gales and severe gales are expected in many parts of the UK late tonight and into tomorrow morning along with heavy rain.
These advisories are issued by 1300 daily as routine, though they may be updated at other times if required. They indicate confidence of expected severe or extreme weather. Early warnings and Flash Warnings supersede advisories when confidence levels are 60% or greater.
Risk of disruption
Yorkshire & Humber: N Yorkshire, S Yorkshire & W Yorkshire
Fri 7 Jan
An area of snow spreading slowly northwards will give temporary accumulations of 2 to 5 cm in many areas, but as much as 10 cm over higher ground. The snow will not reach the far north of England and southern Scotland until after dark, however to the south of these areas, the snow will gradually turn back to rain by evening.
Issued at: 1443 Thu 6 Jan
One person has been killed and at least 10 others injured during a series of freak tornadoes in northern and western Poland.
The extreme winds hits the country's Kujawy-Pomorze and Wielkopolska provinces, destroying 100 homes.
Some 400 hectares of trees have also been damaged in Bory Tucholskie forest, a national park and popular tourist destination.
Electricity power-lines have also been damaged.
Let's hope the prediction is as accurate as the barbecue summer one a year or two ago.I've been researching the long range weather over the last couple of days and if the forecasters are correct there's a strong possibility of another cold winter.
Met Office said:A developing storm is expected to reach the UK later on Sunday. This is expected to run northeastwards, probably across England and Wales during Monday, with very strong winds on its southern and western flanks. There is the potential for gusts of 60-80 mph quite widely and locally over 80 mph, especially on exposed coasts, both in the southwesterly winds ahead of the low centre and west to northwesterly winds behind it.
20 to 40 mm of rain may fall within 6 to 9 hours, leading to localised flooding, especially where drainage is impeded by wind-blown debris.
This warning will be updated Sunday morning.
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