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A very autumnal day in the region today with persistent light rain and drizzle it felt quite chilly for early September

Looking better for the 2nd half of the week with temps back into the upper teens or maybe even low 20s

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The rain is absolutely belting it down in Darlo

No wind around so it's very slow moving

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Further heavy rain overnight which started around 3am this week is certainly making up for the lengthy dry spell we've had over recent week

More showers are expected tomorrow. Saturday and Sunday could see some very strong winds with heavy rain Sunday remains uncertain just how far north the rain will get

Edited by Summer Sun

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Yellow warning for heavy rain issued

North East England

  • Durham
  • Northumberland

18:00 Tomorrow to 17:00 Sun 29

Heavy rain over parts of Wales and parts of England during Saturday night and into Sunday with flooding likely in places.

What to expect

  • Flooding of a few homes and businesses is likely
  • Spray and flooding on roads probably making journey times longer
  • Bus and train services probably affected with journey times taking longer
  • Some interruption to power supplies and other services likely

Reason for update

The warning has been extended southwards to cover parts of Staffordshire as well as parts of southwest England. Also extended northwards across the eastern side of the Pennines

An area of persistent, heavy rain will arrive from the southwest by Saturday evening before moving east overnight and through Sunday. The rain should clear from the southwest on Sunday morning but will persist over parts of north Wales and northern England through much of Sunday. Through the period many parts of this area will see 20 to 30 mm of rain. Where the heaviest rain will fall remains uncertain but there is the potential for 30 to 40 mm of rain to fall within a few hours in places as well as 60-70 mm over the higher ground of Dartmoor, Wales and the Peak District.

https://www.metoffice.gov.uk/weather/warnings-and-advice/uk-warnings#?date=2019-09-28&id=fc554561-82f5-4c73-855b-9826179d88cc&details

 

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Another spell of prolonged rain for the region it hasn't stopped since around 11:30 last night

This is going to be the wettest September we've had for years once it's done

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Flooding expected imminently in parts of Whitby immediate action required by those living in the area's most at risk

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Another spell of prolonged rain for the region 

September finished off with 120.4mm

We're already on 11.2mm for October and it's not even 10 hours old yet!

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October is shaping up to be another very wet month, and we're only 6-day's in 

The latest spell of prolonged rain has so far brought 16.5mm and rising 

The monthly total is already on 45.7mm

2018 only had 21.7mm for the entire month!

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