Met Office weather forecast today – UK will feel as mild as May’as Sahara heat bomb sends temperatures to highs of 18C


A total of SEVEN weather warnings are in place today – covering the entirety of Scotland, Northern Ireland, and parts of northern England.

Two amber warnings for rain will bring a deluge – and the Met Office has warned that fast-flowing and deep floodwater could cause a “danger to life.”

Flooding is expected, and some communities will be cut off because of flooded roads and transport cancellations.

Strong winds reaching up to 70mph will blast people living in Scotland, while 60mm of rain is expected to fall across the whole of Northern Ireland.

Scotland will be worst hit by the deluge, and 120mm of water is set to fall over a 36-hour period on Tuesday and Wednesday for areas including Perth, Stirling, and Dumfries and Galloway.

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