UK weather: areas prop for month’s value of sleet in dual hours

Parts of a UK are confronting being strike by roughly a month’s value of sleet in a space of a integrate of hours.

The Met Office has released a thunderstorm warning for most of Scotland and a north of England, in place from midday until 9pm on Thursday.

Heavy showers might means flooding and transport disruption, with forecasters warning there is a tiny possibility of fast-flowing or low inundate waters that could means risk to life.

The meteorologist Emma Smith pronounced 30mm of sleet could tumble in one hour, while 50mm could tumble within dual to 3 hours. The normal volume of rainfall in July for a UK as a whole is 70mm, while a Jul normal for England is 55-56mm.

The yellow thunderstorm warning from a Met Office warns there is a tiny possibility that homes and businesses could be flooded quickly, with intensity repairs to some buildings from inundate H2O or lightning strikes.

In places where there is flooding or lightning, there is a possibility of delays and cancellations to sight and train services.

Forecasters are also warning of formidable pushing conditions, with highway closures and energy cuts possible.

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