The Met Office say Liverpool is in for heavy rain as skies cloud over today. And the gloomy Merseyside weather and haeavy rain is expected to continue into the night. The weather experts say: "Skies will be clouding over early today, with rain arriving from the west." They add: "There will be some heavy outbreaks later in the afternoon, and it will become fairly breezy." Maximum temperature 14 °C. Confirming we can expect more bad weather tonight the Met Office forecast: "The rain will continue through the evening and last well into the night for many. More rain is expected tomorrow but things are looking up for the weekend. The Met Office say: "Turning warmer into the weekend. Some outbreaks of rain at times, but there will also be some periods of warm and sunny weather. Cooler, with thundery showers on Sunday." Read More Top news stories … [Read more...] about Liverpool weather forecast: Heavy rain on the cards
Parts of Otago being battered by heavy rain today are expected to be hit again later in the week. MetService has issued an "orange" heavy rain warning for the headwaters of Otago lakes and rivers for today, and says the amount of rain could cause streams and rivers to rise rapidly, surface flooding, slips and dangerous driving conditions. Between 11am and 4pm today between 60mm to 100mm of rain was expected to accumulate near the main divide and 40mm to 80mm within 15km east of the divide. Heavy rain warnings were also in place for parts of Westland and Fiordland. Kinloch Rd near Glenorchy has been closed due to flooding. Later in the week the MetService said it had a high confidence of warning amounts of rain to continue in Fiordland and southern Westland from Tuesday through to Thursday, and also spread into the headwaters of Canterbury and Otago lakes and rivers. Gale northwesterlies were also forecast to precede a front and there is a moderate confidence of severe gale … [Read more...] about Heavy rain battering parts of Otago and more to come
Jerick Sablan Pacific Daily News Published 1:59 AM EDT May 23, 2019 The National Weather Service Guam announced slow-moving showers will bring periods of heavy rain through 5 p.m. Up to an inch of rain is expected in heaviest showers, the Weather Service states. Brief local flooding is possible on low-lying areas. … [Read more...] about Heavy rain expected through 5 p.m.
Wild weather kept much of the South on high alert yesterday morning as heavy rain and winds up to 140kmh lashed coastal Otago and Southland. MetService meteorologist Curtis Hayes said Edendale received the highest amount of rain, recording 42mm between midnight and 2pm yesterday. Over the same timeframe, Dunedin City recorded 18mm, Invercargill recorded 20mm, Dunedin Airport recorded 22mm, and Leith Saddle recorded 26mm. Wind gusts of 135kmh hit Stewart Island, while Gore experienced 36mm of rain in a 24-hour period. Temperatures in some parts fell to near zero. PowerNet chief operating officer Michelle Henderson said some customers in the region experienced power cuts during the stormy weather. "We still have a number of customers who are without supply over the Southland and Otago regions. We were prepared for the onset of this storm and have staff and contractors working to restore supply to the affected customers." The strong winds forced the container terminal at South Port, in … [Read more...] about Heavy rain, high winds pummel the South
News / Scotland by Press Association May 16, 2019, 2:59 pm Send us a story Sign up to our Daily newsletter Thunder and heavy rain will strike parts of the UK over the weekend, in stark contrast to this week’s warm sunshine. The weather will become a lot more unsettled across the entire UK. Areas in Scotland and the north of England are to be cloudy with showers or heavy rain over the two days, with temperatures at 15C (59F). Meanwhile in southern and central England, Wales and Northern Ireland, a mixed bag of sunshine and showers on Saturday will be followed by possible thunder. Greg Dewhurst from the Met Office said: “The weekend will be more unsettled compared to we have seen. “This is because the low pressure will be in charge, replacing the high pressure which has caused the warmer sunshine. “This low pressure is moving in from Europe, bringing with it showery conditions on Saturday. “Parts of northern England will be cloudy, … [Read more...] about Thunder and heavy rain to strike parts of UK over weekend