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Possible Stormy Spell 13th to 19th Nov

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« Reply #15 on: November 13, 2009, 05:44:57 pm »

This is fast becoming the most interesting severe weather forecast and event of the year for the UK. The net is buzzing with storm chat. There's a real possibility of a tornado outbreak from this storm. Severe weather warnings appearing everywhere, even for NI for flooding. 74mph gusts already reported at Land's End with thunderstorms moving into the SW coast of Britain. This is from the UKASF...

A very deep area of LOW pressure to the Southwest of the United Kingdom will bring severe weather to parts of the country over the next 24-36 hours. Heavy, slow moving rain, with an increased risk of embedded thunderstorms, will affect parts of England and Wales through the rest of today and tonight. Torrential, persistent rain may lead to local flooding in places. Conditions will be quite favourable for the development of tornadoes, which if they do occur could be moderate in intensity and cause structural damage. Very strong winds will affect southern England and south/west Wales this evening and tonight, with gusts up to 80mph possible in exposed locations. Winds may be strong enough to cause structural, power and transport disruption.
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