Date: 2021-09-26 06:56:15
Flood warnings have been issued in many parts of England for tomorrow.
Flood warnings have been issued for a swath of England tomorrow, with up to 1.6ins (40mm) of rain expected in the afternoon.
Severe traffic delays and economic interruption are expected in parts of the east, according to forecasts.
Rain is forecast from midday until the evening, according to the Met Office, which has issued a yellow weather warning. “The heavier rain is forecast to continue eastwards over the day, becoming sluggish moving across the east later in the day,” a spokeswoman added.
“Thunderstorms are also probable, with 30-40mm totals conceivable over a few hours.”
People should keep checking the weather forecasting service’s app and website for flood alerts in their area, according to the weather forecasting service.
The torrential rain came just ten days after late summer floods hit portions of England, including Birkenhead.
Then, this week, several locations got a taste of September sunshine.
Today’s highs will be 70 degrees Fahrenheit (21 degrees Celsius) in the north and 68 degrees Fahrenheit (20 degrees Celsius) in the south, slightly above the seasonal normal of 64 degrees Fahrenheit (18 degrees Celsius).
Warm sunshine is expected to occur, especially in the southeast.