UK weather outlook – THUNDERSTORMS for British fighting by going to # 39; water solution after Storm Erik accidents



It is expected THUNDERSTORMS will receive the UK tonight, and & # 39; water – sometimes after Strak Erik sunk.

The water will be spread throughout the country overnight, warns of floods.

    The Met Office has a heavy rain and thunderstorm overnight
The Met Office has a heavy rain and thunderstorm overnight
    Researchers also received warnings about snowfall and incidental incidents
Researchers also received warnings about snowfall and incidental incidents

It's coming after Storm Erik – killed three – eventually it's begins to spread away, as it is currently "near the north of Scotland", says the Met Office.

After a tough afternoon, with winds of 30-40mph, the UK is liable with a water band.

Most of England and its & # 39; Wales to grow a scary night.

Rainfall in the south and south Wales, before water then flows. crossing the middle of the world, and south east, meteorologist Met Office Greg Dewhurst said.

Rainfall in the southwest and Wales, before water comes to the mid-east

Greg Dewhurst, Meteorologist

There is a light snowfall in the north, slopes and high light in the mountains, including in Pennines and Northern Ireland.

Scotland and Northern Ireland also see fog and frost.

Mr Dewhurst said that there are already reports about "electronic strikes one or two and that there may be as many thunderstorms".

However, there are no weather warnings.

Sunday morning has begun to wet until the day, over most of England and its; Wales.

However, clear water from central and south-east areas, and projection of shades and sunshine, has been considered.

    Passengers were very lucky when a large tree fell through a double bus roof in Dorset

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Passengers were very lucky when a large tree fell through a double bus roof in Dorset
    The view near Buckfastleigh where a man died after a tree that fell on his car

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The view near Buckfastleigh where a man died after a tree that fell on his car
    Storm Erik will make land with winds up to 70 miles in Prestwick, Scotland yesterday

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Storm Erik will make land with winds up to 70 miles in Prestwick, Scotland yesterday
    A cyclist who bites long and is going to & # 39; wind that flows to & # 39; crossing the road at Southsea, near Portsmouth, yesterday

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A cyclist who bites long and is going to & # 39; wind that flows to & # 39; crossing the road at Southsea, near Portsmouth, yesterday


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