Storm Barra: BBC Weather forecasts wet and windy conditions
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In the wake of Storm Barra, the UK is set to be hit by a further band of wet weather next week. According to graphs, parts of the UK may see rain levels approaching 5mm an hour on December 14. The Met Office has also warned of “unsettled conditions” next week as a weather front moves eastwards across the UK.
Graphs from WXCharts predict the majority of the UK will see high levels of rain next Tuesday.
Scotland will see the highest levels of rain next week, with graphs showing rain levels exceeding 45mm over a 24-hour period.
Parts of northern England will also see rain levels exceeding 10mm throughout Tuesday.
Further graphs also show snow levels approaching 25cm in Scotland on Tuesday.
Commenting on the period December 11-20, the Met Office claimed there is a chance of snow in high areas of the UK.
However, they claimed there will “longer spells” of rain for many across the country.
The long-range forecast said: “To begin the period, drier and clearer conditions are likely, allowing for more extensive frost and patchy fog.
“Cloud and strong winds will travel east across the country, with a chance of showers or longer spells of rain for many.
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“Hill snow likely in the north.
“Temperatures generally around average.
“Moving through the period, largely unsettled conditions are likely to persist, with the chance of further showers and longer spells of rain, heavy in places, with a chance of gales.
“Some showers are likely to turn wintry on hills at times.
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“Towards the end of the period, more settled conditions are likely to develop, most likely with milder temperatures, but a chance of some brief colder interludes.”
Temperatures will also fall to 3C (37F) on Tuesday morning due to the weather front.
Temperatures will range between 3-6C (37-42F) through England and Wales.
Temperatures are expected to drop to freezing in the Scottish Highlands on December 14.
Souther Scotland will see a high of 5C (41F) next week.
These poor conditions come as the UK is ravaged by Storm Barra.
Multiple yellow weather warnings have now been issued on Tuesday for wind and snow for the entirety of the UK.
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