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Dé Sathairn 6 Feabhra Foilsithe ag 18:48

Rabhaidh don RA

Rabhadh Aimsire

Eisithe ag an Oifig Meitéareolaíochta

Is i mBéarla amháin atá an t-inneachar seo ar fáil.

YELLOW WARNING of RAIN for south Wales, southwest England and southern England.

Issued at:1041 on Fri 5 Feb 2016

Valid from:0600 on Sat 6 Feb 2016

Valid to:2200 on Sat 6 Feb 2016

A spell of persistent rain, heavy at times, accompanied by windy conditions, is expected to affect parts of southern and southwestern England and parts of south Wales from the early hours of Saturday onwards into Saturday late afternoon or evening.

20-30 mm of rain is expected quite widely across the warning area with 50-70 mm on south-facing slopes. Higher ground in southern parts of Devon and Somerset are likely to see the highest totals with locally in excess of 80 mm possible over parts of Dartmoor. In addition, southerly gales or severe gales are expected with gusts of 40-50 mph inland and locally 65 mph over higher ground and south-facing coasts.

As this rain will be falling on near-saturated ground, please be aware of the risk of localised flooding and perhaps some disruption to travel.

YELLOW WARNING of RAIN for southwest Scotland

Issued at:0935 on Sat 6 Feb 2016

Valid from:1100 to 2100 on Sat 6 Feb 2016

Rain will become persistent and quite heavy by Saturday afternoon and last into the evening, before clearing to the east. Please be aware of the risk of some difficult driving conditions due to localised surface water flooding

YELLOW WARNING of WIND for much of southern and eastern England.

Issued at:0845 on Sat 6 Feb 2016

Valid from:1100 on Sat 6 Feb 2016

Valid to:2345 on Sat 6 Feb 2016

Southerly winds with strengthen this morning across southern and then many eastern and central parts of England with gales developing, which are likely to be severe at times along English Channel coasts. Winds should steadily decrease from the west this evening.

Please be aware of possible disruption to travel.

YELLOW WARNING of ICE for eastern half of Scotland

Issued at 0951 on Sat 6 Feb 2016

Valid from:0005 on Sun 7 Feb 2016

Valid to:0900 on Sun 7 Feb 2016

Icy stretches are expected to form on untreated surfaces overnight into Sunday morning. Further showers are also expected in the west, these turning to snow on higher ground. Please be aware of these wintry hazards and the potential for some difficult driving conditions.

YELLOW WARNING of RAIN for southwest Scotland

Issued at:0958 on Sat 6 Feb 2016

Valid from:0600 on Sun 7 Feb 2016

to :0600 on Mon 8 Feb 2016

Showers or longer spells of rain will affect much of southern and western Scotland during Sunday and into Sunday night. The rain will be accompanied by gale force west to southwesterly winds, especially during Sunday afternoon, with gusts of 45-55 mph quite widely, perhaps 60-65 mph over exposed coasts and bridges. Please be aware of some difficult driving conditions due to standing water and spray, and localised surface water flooding.

YELLOW EARLY WARNING of WIND for southwest England, south Wales and southern England.

Updated at 0942 on Sat 6 Feb 2016

Valid from:0300 on Mon 8 Feb 2016

Valid to:1800 on Mon 8 Feb 2016

An area of very strong winds is likely across parts of southwest and southern England, in particular the coasts of Cornwall, as well as south Wales on Monday morning before winds gradually ease during the afternoon and evening.

Gusts of 60-70 mph are possible, particularly in association with heavy showers running across the area, with 80 mph gusts possible in exposed coastal districts. Some very large waves are also likely along the north coast of Cornwall in particular.

Please be aware of the potential for disruption to travel as well as localised damage to structures and interruption of power supplies.

This is an update to the early warning issued on Friday to broaden the area affected by the strong winds into south Wales, the Bristol Channel and further along the south coast. This also moves into the medium impact column.

Rabhadh Tuile

Eisithe ag an Ghníomhaireacht Comhshaoil nó ag SEPA in Albain agus Natural Resources Wales sa Bhreatain Bheag

Is i mBéarla amháin atá an t-inneachar seo ar fáil.

FLOOD WARNINGS

Updated at 18:45 on 6th Feb 2016

There are flood warnings in force in the following regions:

SOUTHWEST (36)

WALES (1)

MIDLANDS (1)

SCOTLAND (5)

Further updates will appear here.

Faoi Rabhaidh Aimsire na hOifige Meitéareolaíochta

Tugann BBC Aimsir dhá chineál rabhaidh aimsire eisithe ag an Oifig Meitéareolaíochta: Rabhaidh agus Réamhrabhaidh.

Rabhaidh -eiseofar iad seo nuair a mheasfar go mbeidh drochaimsir ann faoi cheann 24 uair.

Réamhrabhaidh -eiseofar iad seo breis agus 24 uair roimh aimsir dhian.

Tá trí chatagóir teagmhais ann, mar atá, Dearg, Ómrach agus Buí - is é Dearg an ceann is measa.

Bíonn Rabhadh agus Réamhrabhadh den dath céanna chomh trom lena chéile ach táthar á thuar go dtiocfaidh siad ag amanna difriúla. Mar sin, is é an difear idir Rabhadh Dearg agus Réamhrabhadh Dearg ná an t-am is luaithe a thiocfadh leis tarlú.

Nuair a bhíonn rabhadh i bhfeidhm, is féidir faisnéis iomlán a fháil ag Rabhaidh Aimsire na hOifige Meitéareolaíochta

Maidir le Rabhaidh Tuilte

Eisíonn an Ghníomhaireacht Comhshaoil, Scottish Environment Protection Agency agus Natural Resources Wales na rabhaidh tuilte agus cuirtear ar aghaidh chuig Ionad Aimsire BBC iad. Ansin eisíonn muid coimre rabhadh bunaithe ar an eolas is déanaí atá ar fáil. Nuair a eisítear rabhaidh tuilte troma, aibhseofar ar chraoltaí teilifíse iad chomh maith.

Faigh tuilleadh eolais faoi Rabhaidh Thuile

Tá bealaigh éagsúla ann le fáil amach an bhfuil do cheantar féin faoi bhagairt tuilte. Déanann an Ghníomhaireacht Comhshaoil, the Scottish Environment Protection Agency agus Natural Resources Wales a gcuid rabhadh a nuashonrú 24 uair sa lá tríd an uimhir Floodline.

Floodline - 0345 988 1188

Ionchas Míosúil

Dé Luain 1 Feabhra Foilsithe ag 10:00

Ionchas Míosúil

Is i mBéarla amháin atá an t-inneachar seo ar fáil.

Achoimre
Stormy start. Will the disturbed weather end?

Following the exceptionally mild and wet December, January has drawn to a close with temperatures averaging out just a little above normal. Although north-west Scotland has had a dry month, parts of eastern Scotland and north-east England have had more than twice their normal January rainfall.

February will start off with the eighth named storm of the winter, Henry, giving further severe gales, but as the month goes on the wet and windy weather which has characterised the winter so far is expected to become less frequent, with some lengthier drier and cooler spells anticipated.

Dé Luain 1 Feabhra—Dé Domhnaigh 7 Feabhra
Storm Henry followed by cooler, showery weather

The week begins with weather warnings in force for potentially disruptive gales over Scotland later on Monday and into Tuesday, as storm Henry passes close to northern Scotland. The whole country will have a very windy couple of days, with gales in many areas, but central and northern Scotland, apart from Shetland, will suffer the strongest and most damaging gusts - up to 90 mph in places. Monday will start mild and cloudy in the south but it will turn cooler with showers during the day. Tuesday and Wednesday will be rather cold, showery days, with the winds gradually easing. Showers will be most frequent over Northern Ireland and Scotland, where the showers will fall as snow on hills, while England and Wales will have the best of the sunny intervals.

There will be a change back to milder, rather windy weather with rain at times on Thursday and at first on Friday, before there is a change back to cooler, brighter weather but with showers in the north and west.

For the weekend, many places are expected to keep showery, windy weather with some sunshine and daytime temperatures a little on the cold side. There's a moderate risk that a new area of low pressure will form over the Atlantic, bringing a return to heavier rain and gales - with southern England and Wales more likely to be in the firing line for this development.

Dé Luain 8 Feabhra—Dé Domhnaigh 14 Feabhra
Often bright and breezy but cool

The second week of February will start off with a showery type of weather established across the British Isles, with quite strong west or northwesterly winds bringing showers and clear or sunny intervals. With this wind regime, Scotland, Northern Ireland and western parts of Wales and northern England will see most frequent showers - these falling as snow on higher hills. Around midweek the showers are expected to die out, leaving a chilly but drier day or two with night frosts. For the end of the week, further areas of cloud, rain and strong winds are expected to approach the UK from the Atlantic. The track of the low pressure systems bringing this change is uncertain: most likely they will bring milder weather for a time, but if their track is more southerly the weather will remain chilly with an increased chance of the rain turning to snow on higher ground at least.

Dé Luain 15 Feabhra—Dé Domhnaigh 28 Feabhra
No strong signal for wintry weather

So far, in broad terms, this winter has behaved much as expected. Strong El Niños in the Pacific, such as the ongoing event, are often associated with the unsettled and predominantly mild conditions over the UK and northwest Europe which have persisted through December and January. By late winter, changes in the pressure pattern over the north Pacific can lead to changes in the jet stream further round the northern hemisphere.

The implication for late February weather is that mild, wet and windy spells of weather are expected to become more sporadic and short-lived, while the intervening periods of drier, brighter and cooler weather with some night frosts will last longer. There is, as yet, no signal for any major change in the weather patterns which would lead to more severe wintry weather.

An tseachtain seo chugainn

As February progresses, there will be greater confidence in the shape of late winter weather patterns over the UK. Lowland areas of England and Wales have seen little snow again this winter - is there much chance of a late frosty spell with some snow?

Réamhaisnéisiú míosúil
Ní furasta an aimsir a thuar níos faide ná seachtain nó mar sin chun tosaigh, fiú don réamhaisnéiseoir is mó taithí. Déantar samhaltáin uimhriúla casta a fháil ón Oifig Meitéareolaíochta agus ón Lárionad Eorpach do Réamhaisnéisí Aimsire Meánraoin (ECMWF) agus déantar iad a rith a lán uaireanta don mhí (agus don séasúr) atá le theacht. Ar an dóigh sin, cruthaítear pictiúr den dóchúlacht go rachadh cineálacha éagsúla aimsire i bhfeidhm ar an RA.

An chéad uasdátú eile ag 10:00, Dé Luain 8 Feabhra

Achoimre

Dé Sathairn 6 Feabhra Foilsithe ag 15:40

Achoimre

Is i mBéarla amháin atá an t-inneachar seo ar fáil.

Very unsettled with spells of wet and very windy weather.
This Evening and Tonight

Rain will move away to the north and east to leave clear spells and blustery showers. Gales will affect exposed areas and showers will be locally wintry in the north.

Sunday

Most areas will have sunny spells on Sunday, although heavy and blustery showers will feed in from the west in locally gale force winds. More persistent rain will arrive later.

Outlook for Monday to Wednesday

Monday will be very showery, with severe gales affecting southern areas and showers turning wintry in the north. During Tuesday and Wednesday the strong winds and showers will gradually ease.

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