THE MET Office is ‘closely watching’ a deep weather change that could trigger national warnings.
According to The Met Office, an active jet stream is to bring a change to the weather with a series of low pressure systems across the UK this weekend and into the middle of next week and beyond.
Met Office Chief Meteorologist, Steve Ramsdale, said: “A new area of low-pressure, this time moving across England and Wales, arrives on Saturday night then slowly clears to the east on Sunday.
“This brings wet and windy weather to the country, particularly Wales, and we have issued a Yellow National Severe Weather Warning for rain for this.”
The first of these low-pressure systems will cross to the north of Scotland on Saturday, February 12, bringing wet and windy weather in from the north and west for the start of the weekend.
A weather warning for rain in parts of Wales has been issued for Sunday and there could be more warnings on Wednesday.
If you live in England, Wales and southern Scotland, expect outbreaks of rain tomorrow.
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