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Please use this thread to post any weather warnings from the Met Office

Thursday

Yellow alert for Strong winds

Wales and South West England

Friday

Yellow alert for Strong winds

Wales

West Midlands

East Midlands

East of England

South West England

London & South East England

Yellow alert for Rain

Wales

Issued at - 06 Jun 2012, 13:13

Valid from - 08 Jun 2012, 00:00

Valid to - 08 Jun 2012, 23:59

Rain, accompanied by a strong to gale force westerly wind, is expected to turn increasingly heavy and persistent during Friday across some western parts of Wales. The public should be aware of large amounts of surface spray on roads and some areas of minor flooding.

Issued at - 06 Jun 2012, 13:03

Valid from - 08 Jun 2012, 00:05

Valid to - 08 Jun 2012, 21:00

West or southwesterly gales are likely to affect many parts of south Wales and the southern half of England during Friday. The public should be aware that damage to trees is likely and that disruption to travel and outdoor activities could also occur. The gales are also likely to be accompanied by some heavy rain. Winds should gradually ease from the southwest during the day. Gusts will be around 50mph to 60mph with 70mph possible on exposed coasts

http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/public/weather/warnings/

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Amber Warning of Wind07 Jun 2012, 11:30

Issued at - 07 Jun 2012, 11:22

Valid from - 07 Jun 2012, 11:30

Valid to - 07 Jun 2012, 23:55

Southwesterly gales are likely to develop across much of southwest England during Thursday and extend into parts

of south Wales on Thursday evening. The public should be prepared for disruption to travel and outdoor activities.

Damage is also likely to some trees. The gales are also likely to be accompanied by heavy rain.

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Amber Warning for heavy rain has been issued for North West England

Issued at: 1054 on Fri 22 Jun 2012

Valid from: 1100 on Fri 22 Jun 2012

Valid to: 2359 on Fri 22 Jun 2012

Further heavy rain will affect parts of Northern Ireland, northern England, north Wales and southwest Scotland during the rest of Friday, with some slow moving heavy downpours likely to develop over more southern parts of Scotland. There remains concern that some of the more populated parts northwest England could well experience some exceptionally wet conditions on Friday with winds gusting to over 50 MPH. The public should be prepared for the risk of flooding.

http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/public/weather/warnings/?regionName=NW

Various yellow warnings for rain are in force for many parts of the western uk and southern scotland

http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/public/weather/warnings/?regionName=NW

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Early warnings out for very heavy thundery downpours on Thursday

Strathclyde

Central, Tayside & Fife

SW Scotland, Lothian Borders

Northern Ireland

Issued at - 25 Jun 2012, 14:44

Valid from - 28 Jun 2012, 06:00

Valid to - 28 Jun 2012, 23:59

Rain is expected to become heavier during Thursday with some very heavy thundery downpours likely later in the day. The public should be aware that localised flooding may develop in some prone areas as the day progresses.

Upto 50mm of rain is possible in some areas

http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/public/weather/warnings/

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The met office has issued nationwide weather warnings for heavy rain and thunderstorms

Yellow Warnings

Orkney & Shetland

Highlands & Eilean Siar

Grampian

Strathclyde

Central, Tayside & Fife

SW Scotland, Lothian Borders

Wales

North West England

North East England

Yorkshire & Humber

West Midlands

East Midlands

East of England

South West England

London & South East England

Issued at - 28 Jun 2012, 09:51

Valid from - 28 Jun 2012, 06:00

Valid to - 28 Jun 2012, 23:59

After heavy rain in parts of southern Scotland overnight, further areas of thundery rain will move north across northern England and Scotland during Thursday. The rain is expected to become heavy and persistent during the afternoon and evening across southern and eastern Scotland, whilst at the same time isolated thunderstorms are expected to develop across the north Midlands and northern England. The public should be aware that localised surface water flooding may occur.

http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/

Amber Warning

Northern Ireland

Issued at - 27 Jun 2012, 22:10

Valid from - 28 Jun 2012, 04:00

Valid to - 28 Jun 2012, 21:00

Areas of thundery rain will move north to affect Northern Ireland during Thursday morning, with the potential for slow moving torrential downpours to develop through the afternoon and lasting into the evening. Following the downpours of Wednesday evening, the public should be prepared for further flooding to occur.

http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/

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The met office has issued nationwide weather warnings for heavy rain and thunderstorms

Yellow Warnings

Orkney & Shetland

Highlands & Eilean Siar

Grampian

Strathclyde

Central, Tayside & Fife

SW Scotland, Lothian Borders

Wales

North West England

North East England

Yorkshire & Humber

West Midlands

East Midlands

East of England

South West England

London & South East England

Issued at - 28 Jun 2012, 09:51

Valid from - 28 Jun 2012, 06:00

Valid to - 28 Jun 2012, 23:59

After heavy rain in parts of southern Scotland overnight, further areas of thundery rain will move north across northern England and Scotland during Thursday. The rain is expected to become heavy and persistent during the afternoon and evening across southern and eastern Scotland, whilst at the same time isolated thunderstorms are expected to develop across the north Midlands and northern England. The public should be aware that localised surface water flooding may occur.

http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/

Amber Warning

Northern Ireland

Issued at - 27 Jun 2012, 22:10

Valid from - 28 Jun 2012, 04:00

Valid to - 28 Jun 2012, 21:00

Areas of thundery rain will move north to affect Northern Ireland during Thursday morning, with the potential for slow moving torrential downpours to develop through the afternoon and lasting into the evening. Following the downpours of Wednesday evening, the public should be prepared for further flooding to occur.

http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/

Marvellous.

They issued the warning for West Midlands an hour after the storms started.

I could have looked out of the window and told them that.

Useless.

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Yellow alert for rain issued for the South West on Thursday

Issued at: 1224 on Mon 2 Jul 2012

Valid from: 1000 on Thu 5 Jul 2012

Valid to: 2359 on Thu 5 Jul 2012

Heavy showers or thunderstorms are likely on Thursday with the potential for some heavy rainfall in places. The public should be aware that, following recent heavy rainfall, the ground remains saturated, and that further rainfall would lead to surface water issues and perhaps localised flooding. 20mm - 30mm is possible for some areas

http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/public/weather/warnings/?regionName=SW

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Severe weather warnings (Amber Alert) have been issued for,

North East England

North West England

North East England

Yorkshire & Humber

West Midlands

East Midlands

Issued at - 04 Jul 2012, 12:19

Valid from - 06 Jul 2012, 00:05

Valid to - 06 Jul 2012, 23:55

Heavy and persistent rain is likely to extend north and west across many eastern, northern and central parts of England and Wales on Friday, reaching much of southern Scotland later in the day. This is likely to lead to surface water flooding, particularly in the Amber area, where there is an increasing likelihood of river flooding. The public should be prepared for disruption to travel and outdoor activities. The rain across central England, East Anglia and southeast England should ease later in the day.

http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/public/weather/warnings/

Various other warnings are in place for most areas of England, Scotland and Wales over the coming 3 days

http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/public/weather/warnings/

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Amber alerts for heavy rain have now been extended to more parts of the UK for Friday

Wales

North West England

North East England

Yorkshire & Humber

West Midlands

East Midlands

East of England

Issued at: 1703 on Thu 5 Jul 2012

Valid from: 0005 on Fri 6 Jul 2012

Valid to: 2355 on Fri 6 Jul 2012

Heavy and persistent rain is likely to extend north and west across many eastern, central and some northern parts of England, along with much of Wales on Friday. Some of this heavier rain may clip the southeastern corner of Northern Ireland, where conditions are especially saturated. Note that the updated Amber area has been extended further west across Wales in recognition of latest ideas.

The public should be prepared for the possibility of surface water flooding, particularly within the Amber area, where there is an increasing likelihood of river flooding, disruption to travel and outdoor activities. The rain across central England, East Anglia and southeast England should ease later in the day.

http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/public/weather/warnings/

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Red Alert for heavy rain has been issued for

South West England

Issued at: 1823 on Fri 6 Jul 2012

Valid from: 0000 on Sat 7 Jul 2012

Valid to: 1800 on Sat 7 Jul 2012

Further heavy showers or longer periods of rain are expected during Saturday. Although not all places will see the heaviest of the rain, where it does fall it is likely to lead to surface water flooding and some disruption to travel. There remains some uncertainty in the location of the heaviest rainfall, but at this time the southwest of England looks the most likely area to see the greatest impacts, in particular, the red warning area.

The public should be prepared for the likelihood of surface water flooding and some disruption to travel and outdoor activities, particularly in the Amber warning area.

http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/public/weather/warnings/

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Yellow Alert for rain has been issued for

Wales

North West England

Yorkshire and the Humber

West Midlands

East Midlands

East of England

South West England

London and South East England

Issued at: 1025 on Fri 20 Jul 2012

Valid from: 20 Jul 2012, 00:05

Valid to: 20 Jul 2012, 23:59

Outbreaks of heavy rain or showers with a risk of thunder, may lead to localised surface water flooding in places, particularly in urban areas. As with all showery events many places will miss the heaviest rain and some places towards the south of the area may stay dry all day.

The public should be aware of the risk of localised disruption, particularly to transport during peak periods.

http://www.metoffice...ings.html?day=1

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Yellow Alert for rain has been issued for

Northern Ireland

Issued at: 0402 on Tue 24 Jul 2012

Valid from: 24 Jul 2012, 13:00

Valid to: 24 Jul 2012, 21:000

An area of rain will become slow-moving over the east of Northern Ireland during Tuesday, this possibly heavy at times especially during the evening rush hour.

http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/weather/uk/ni/ni_forecast_warnings.html

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Yellow alert for rain issued for the following areas

Friday 3rd

Northern Ireland

Issued at - 03 Aug 2012, 12:06

Valid from - 03 Aug 2012, 14:25

Valid to - 03 Aug 2012, 21:00

Heavy and thundery showers are expected to develop this afternoon, giving some locally heavy downpours, before slowly dying out this evening. The public should be aware that these are liable to lead to surface water flooding issues in some places and give difficult driving conditions.

http://www.metoffice...t_warnings.html

Saturday 4th

Strathclyde

SW Scotland, Lothian Borders

Wales

North West England

North East England

Yorkshire & Humber

West Midlands

East Midlands

East of England

South West England

London & South East England

Issued at - 03 Aug 2012, 12:03

Valid from - 04 Aug 2012, 11:00

Valid to - 04 Aug 2012, 21:00

Heavy and thundery showers are expected to develop through Saturday which may be prolonged in places. The public should be aware that these are liable to lead to surface water flooding issues in some places and give difficult driving conditions.

http://www.metoffice...t_warnings.html

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Yellow rain alerts

Issued at: 1233 on Thu 20 Sep 2012

Valid from: 0000 on Sun 23 Sep 2012

Valid to: 2359 on Sun 23 Sep 2012

There is a risk that wet and windy weather will spread north from the Bay of Biscay on Sunday to some southern areas. However there is a large amount of uncertainty at present such that it is possible that the rain may not reach our shores at all. The public should be aware of this risk and keep up to date with our forecasts as we approach the weekend

Wales

South West England

London & South East England

Issued at: 1258 on Thu 20 Sep 2012

Valid from: 0005 on Mon 24 Sep 2012

Valid to: 2359 on Mon 24 Sep 2012

There is a risk that wet and windy weather will continue to spread northeast on Monday. However there is a large amount of uncertainty at present. The public should be aware of this risk and keep up to date with our forecasts.

North East England

Yorkshire & Humber

East Midlands

East of England

South West England

London & South East England

http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/public/weather/warnings/

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A number of amber alerts are now in force for heavy rain and strong winds on Monday

Central, Tayside & Fife

SW Scotland, Lothian Borders

Northern Ireland

North East England

Yorkshire & Humber

South West England

London & South East England

Issued at: 1350 on Sun 23 Sep 2012

Valid from: 0005 on Mon 24 Sep 2012

Valid to: 2359 on Mon 24 Sep 2012

Prolonged periods of heavy rain are likely to occur across parts of northeast England and southeast Scotland during Monday. In addition to the heavy rain winds will increase to gale force, with gusts to severe gale force, particularly over high ground. The public should be prepared for an increased risk of both surface water and river flooding during this period. Flooding issues may be exacerbated in places by drainage impeded by debris, for example leaves and small branches blown from trees.

Areas under the amber alert can expect to see 30mm to 50mm of rain with 60mm to 80mm possible in places

60mph easterly gales are also likely to develop for some parts

http://www.metoffice...ather/warnings/

Widespread yellow alerts and 1 amber alert is in force for early Tuesday

Issued at: 1421 on Sun 23 Sep 2012

Valid from: 1500 on Mon 24 Sep 2012

Valid to: 0600 on Tue 25 Sep 2012

An area of rain, some of it heavy, will spread across Northern Ireland on Monday afternoon and will persist through into Tuesday morning. This rain will be accompanied by strong to gale winds, blowing from between east and north. The public should be aware that the heavy rain could cause localised flooding.

http://www.metoffice...ather/warnings/

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My met office site is broken and has been for 24 hours - says it cant display any severe weather warnings. Where are you getting these from? The link on your post just takes me to the broken page...

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Widespread yellow warnings are in force for most of southern UK for 36 hours from Thursday evening until Saturday morning

Issued at - 02 Oct 2012, 12:09

Valid from - 04 Oct 2012, 18:00

Valid to - 06 Oct 2012, 06:00

There is the potential for periods of heavy rain across much of the southern half of the UK during the 36 hours from Thursday evening until Saturday morning. However there is considerable uncertainty in the northward extent of this heavy rain and the area covered by the Alert is likely to be adjusted as the event approaches. The public should be aware of the possibility of disruption to travel due to localised flooding.

http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/weather/uk/uk_forecast_warnings.html

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