Sunday, December 18, 2011

strong winds of 50 mph and heavy rain in the UK predicted that drivers are warned to expect tough conditions

flood warnings were in place and some passengers face travel difficult as rain and strong winds lashed parts of the UK on Tuesday.

winds of 50 mph are expected along the south coast and south-east of England and up to 50 mm or rain is expected to fall within 24 hours in parts of northern and north Wales.

wet and windy weather is expected to continue throughout the week as a series of low pressure systems move through.

Flood warning

(flooding expected average) were at the point where the river Conder in Lancashire and in parts of the Dyfi Valley in north Wales.

The Environment Agency has also issued 20 flood warnings (flood is possible), mainly in the northeast of England and North Wales.

Some ferry services were delayed or suspended due to bad weather across the south of England. Flights to the south-west England were also affected.

"is likely to remain windy all week with a fast moving low pressure moves through," he said.

Sixteen sailors were rescued by a vessel afternoon time Monday, after his broken mast in high winds.
ketch 120 years, a training ship, was off the coast of Portland Bill, Dorset, where he was involved with gusts of 40 mph. The wood of 9 m high mast (30 ft) broke in two and sailing and rigging into the sea

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