UK weather maps show terrifying wall of rain heading for UK to last a month

Britain could have a month of the storms as a “conveyor belt” of Atlantic lows looks set to cover the parts of the country until December.

The country is still going through the aftereffects of Storm Ciaran, with several weather warnings issued by the Met Office in recent days.

Even on Sunday, England’s Environment Agency has uploaded 140 flood alerts and 34 flood warnings.

The alerts and warnings in place are for several parts of England.

However, there are a large number of flood warnings, where flooding is possible, on the south coast.

Natural Resources Wales issued a further four warning and alerts on the other side of the River Severn.

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The Welsh warnings cover parts of Dyfed and Powys, with tourist hotspot Tenby facing the most serious alert.

Natural Resources Wales said: “Flooding is extensive at Kiln Park Caravan and the site has been evacuated.

“Some roads in this area are closed and likely to remain so for several more days, with further disruption in the area possible. We advise vehicles not to attempt access.

“Due to the restriction of the tidal outfall water levels may remain high for several days, and will rise over the period of each high tide.”

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Nick Finnis, a meterologist with said: “Monday will see further showers across the west, some of these heavy with the odd rumble of thunder, some sunny spells in between showers.

“The best of the weather across the eastern side of the UK, staying mostly dry here with sunny spells, though some showers may filter through to the east across England in the afternoon. Temperatures reaching 9-13C.

“Similar story on Tuesday, sunshine and showers across the west, some reaching the east across the north, central, southern and eastern England mostly dry with sunny spells. Temperatures similar to Monday.”

The Met Office’s long-range forecast between November 20 and December 4 stated: “Unsettled conditions likely to dominate with further rain and showers for all regions.

“The heaviest and most frequent spells of wet weather are most likely in northern and western parts of the UK. Drier spells of weather do remain possible, these most likely to occur in the south.

“Here, some overnight patchy frost and fog is possible at times but, overall, the chance of widespread fog and frost is lower than normal. Temperatures generally on the mild side for the time of year.”

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