UK weather: Exact date heavy rain will hit as Met Office issues yellow warning – but glorious summer sun is on the way | The Sun

UK weather: Exact date heavy rain will hit as Met Office issues yellow warning – but glorious summer sun is on the way | The Sun

August 13, 2023

BRITS have been issued a yellow weather warning as the UK is set to be battered by torrential rain.

The Met Office warning, in force from 12am today until 9pm on Monday, covers most of Wales and parts of England.

Stormy weather is forecast to hit along the north west coast, with those in most parts of Wales worst affected.

Areas in Newcastle and Manchester are also under the yellow weather warning.

They can expect " a small chance that homes and businesses could be flooded, causing damage to some buildings", according to the Met Office.

Meteorologists also warned there's a chance some will be temporarily cut off by flooded roads and hit with power outages.

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But Brits can soon look forward to basking in some glorious summer sun – and it could be hotter than California.

Met Office meteorologists have revealed the exact date the rainy weather and grey skies will pass.

Gloomy weather is predicted to continue into Monday, with torrential rain, hail and thunder set to batter the northeast.

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But Brits will be glad to see dull conditions disappear on Tuesday, according to the Met Office.

Tropical air could see parts of the country exceeded 26C which is what is predicted for Los Angeles.

A spokesperson said: "An increasing amount of fine weather through the week with pleasant sunny spells and showers becoming fewer in number each day.

"Feeling warm in the sunshine as temperatures rise."

Met Office forecaster Dan Stroud said: "We are looking at the possibility of reaching the low 30s later in the week, most likely on Friday, probably in and around London, running into East Anglia and other parts of the South and East.

"We've got low pressure dominating at the moment, that will eventually give way to another area of heavy rain and cloud which will move up from the South and West into Monday, which will be a miserable and wet day across England and Wales.

"Beyond that, there are tentative signs of an improvement, gradually losing that showery signal during Tuesday and Wednesday, and temperatures will start to climb.

"We've got high pressure building from the middle of the week and that will tap into some tropical continental air, which will draw up some very warm, locally hot air that will allow temperatures to climb steadily.

"By the time we get into Friday and maybe into Saturday we stand a chance of breaking into the 30s."

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