Feeling more like October as month’s worth of rain falls on England, Wales

Written by on June 10, 2019 in Rest of Europe, United Kingdom & Ireland with 0 Comments

It’s been a wet start to the work week across southeast England and this heavy and persistent rain will push north and west tonight beginning stuck. The reason? a deepening low is tracking slowly north out of France. The persistent nature of this rainfall over a prolonged time frame has led to a widespread yellow warning for rain for much of England and Wales with an amber warning for Greater London and Southeast as a month’s worth of rain is expected to fall within a mater of 6-hours.

June 10 or October 10?

The slow ‘northward’ moving and unusually deep June low is and will continue to deliver a distinctly October-like feel to a large swathe of England and Wales over the next 36 hours.

Tomorrow’s 3pm temps for England and Wales according to GFS.

Credit: wxcharts.eu

Wed at 3pm


A strong banana shaped ridge over Scotland will help not only keep the northward progression of the system slow (leading to big rain totals) but will help it deepen (bringing strong, possibly gale-force winds).

Credit: wxcharts.eu

Credit: wxcharts.eu

Credit: wxcharts.eu

Credit: UK Weather Updates @UKWX_

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