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Met Office weather forecast: Southwest England, Wales to face flooding

Written on:March 21, 2023
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Calderdale is likely to experience intense snowfall on Friday throughout the day, as per the Met Office weather forecast (Image courtesy: Flickr)

The Met Office forecast says that southwest England and Wales are likely to be subjected to flooding on Thursday. The Met Office weather forecast has urged Britons to be ready for a wintry weekend as intense rainfall, lusty winds and nearly 8 cm of snow are likely to impact many portions of England, Wales and Scotland. Comprehensive snowstorms are likely to hamper springtime plans.

As per the Met Office weather forecast, only the southern coastal counties and portions of East Anglia and Lincolnshire are likely to be spared a white weekend. The snow will be accompanied by winds of up to 65mph in Scotland, 50mph in central England and 60mph in Wales. There will be light snowiness when the flooding touches northern Wales and northern England on Thursday night and strikes Scotland by Friday morning.

Meanwhile, the Met Office weather forecast for Derbyshire has warned of disruptive snow in the county. The weather forecast, issued by Met Office, for the Derbyshire county, consists of a yellow ‘be alert’ warning. The weather forecasting agency expects the snow to be relentless and heavy in some places. The Met Office weather alert for Derbyshire is effective between 9pm (Thursday) and 6pm on Saturday. The yellow warning for Derbyshire could be upgraded to an amber ‘be prepared’ alert. The Met Office weather forecast for Derbyshire mentions the likelihood of travel and power supplies being affected.

The weather forecast for Calderdale, issued by Met Office, mentions that heavy snowfall is likely to hit Calderdale. A yellow warning is in operation for Calderdale from 9pm on Thursday until 9pm on Saturday. The Met Office weather forecast has talked of the likelihood of extreme snowfall on Friday in Calderdale throughout the day and night. Light snowfall could also hit Calderdale on Saturday, as per the Met Office weather forecast.

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