After last week’s sunny spells, this week low pressure will take charge bringing spells of wet and windy weather to many across the UK.
The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning across vast swathes of the UK today, with a number of flood warnings also in place.
Chief Meteorologist Neil Armstrong, said: “Many people will notice a big change in the weather this week, as last week’s warm and sunny weather is replaced by spells of heavy rain and strong winds mixed with some drier, brighter spells.
“Tuesday will be wet across much of the UK, particularly England and Wales, where heavy rain could see 30 to 50mm falling in a short time and up to 70mm in some isolated spots.
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