Get your umbrellas ready because a yellow weather warning has been issued for heavy rain in Wales on Wednesday. The Met Office predicts “heavy periods” of downpours throughout the day, which may cause some travel disruption. Sprays and flooding on roads are likely, making journey times longer. Bus and train services may also be affected, so it’s advised to plan your commute accordingly. Additionally, there is a possibility of a few homes and businesses experiencing flooding.
The weather warning covers parts of Ceredigion, Conwy, Gwynedd, and Powys, from 6am to 6pm. The Met Office website describes it as a generally wet morning with prolonged and heavy rain expected throughout the day. It will also be breezy at times and cooler compared to recent days, with the maximum temperature reaching 19°C.
In addition to the heavy rain, temperatures are set to plummet this weekend. The Met Office warns that all parts of the UK will experience much cooler weather, with southern England potentially seeing a decrease of up to 10°C compared to earlier this week. Central and northern areas may also see the first widespread overnight frost of the season over the weekend.
So don’t just grab your umbrella for Wednesday, but also prepare for colder weather ahead. Stay updated with the latest weather news and take necessary precautions to ensure your safety and comfort.
What areas are covered by the weather warning?
The weather warning covers parts of Ceredigion, Conwy, Gwynedd, and Powys in Wales.
What is the duration of the weather warning?
The weather warning is in place from 6am to 6pm.
What can I expect during the heavy rain?
There may be travel disruption, including sprays and flooding on roads, longer journey times, and possible effects on bus and train services. There is also a possibility of flooding in a few homes and businesses.
Are there any other weather alerts?
Yes, the Met Office warns of plummeting temperatures over the weekend, with much cooler weather expected across all parts of the UK. Southern England may experience a decrease of up to 10°C compared to earlier this week, and central and northern areas may see the first widespread overnight frost of the season.
How should I prepare for the weather?
Make sure to have your umbrella ready for Wednesday’s heavy rain. Stay updated with the latest weather news and take necessary precautions when traveling. As temperatures drop over the weekend, consider dressing warmly and protecting sensitive plants or garden areas from potential frost.