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Weather warnings: United Kingdom

Awareness Reports - You can find detailed information about the warnings in the awareness reports issued for each area. Select the relevant area.

Dumfries and Galloway
Until 22.04.2018 03:00 CET
Rain (Yellow)
Thunderstorms may break out from late Saturday afternoon over North Wales, then becoming more widespread over northern England and southern Scotland on Saturday evening and overnight into Sunday morning. These will move northeastwards clearing during the early hours of Sunday. Whilst many places will miss these storms and remain dry, where they do occur some heavy rain and lightning is anticipated and in a few places there may also be hail and/or gusty winds. 15-20 mm rain may fall in a relatively short space of time with a few spots seeing close to 30 mm of rain. 
East Midlands
Until 22.04.2018 06:00 CET
Thunderstorms (Yellow)
Thunderstorms will affect parts of southern, central and eastern England overnight. Some damage to a few buildings and structures is possible due to lightning strikes with some interruption to power supplies and other services. Spray and flooding on roads, possibly making journey times longer. Flooding of a few homes and business is possible. 
Until 22.04.2018 03:00 CET
Rain (Yellow)
Thunderstorms may break out from late Saturday afternoon over North Wales, then becoming more widespread over northern England and southern Scotland on Saturday evening and overnight into Sunday morning. These will move northeastwards clearing during the early hours of Sunday. Whilst many places will miss these storms and remain dry, where they do occur some heavy rain and lightning is anticipated and in a few places there may also be hail and/or gusty winds. 15-20 mm rain may fall in a relatively short space of time with a few spots seeing close to 30 mm of rain. 
East of England
Until 22.04.2018 06:00 CET
Thunderstorms (Yellow)
Thunderstorms will affect parts of southern, central and eastern England overnight. Some damage to a few buildings and structures is possible due to lightning strikes with some interruption to power supplies and other services. Spray and flooding on roads, possibly making journey times longer. Flooding of a few homes and business is possible. 
Grampian
Until 22.04.2018 03:00 CET
Rain (Yellow)
Thunderstorms may break out from late Saturday afternoon over North Wales, then becoming more widespread over northern England and southern Scotland on Saturday evening and overnight into Sunday morning. These will move northeastwards clearing during the early hours of Sunday. Whilst many places will miss these storms and remain dry, where they do occur some heavy rain and lightning is anticipated and in a few places there may also be hail and/or gusty winds. 15-20 mm rain may fall in a relatively short space of time with a few spots seeing close to 30 mm of rain. 
London & South East
Until 22.04.2018 06:00 CET
Thunderstorms (Yellow)
Thunderstorms will affect parts of southern, central and eastern England overnight. Some damage to a few buildings and structures is possible due to lightning strikes with some interruption to power supplies and other services. Spray and flooding on roads, possibly making journey times longer. Flooding of a few homes and business is possible. 
Lothian & Borders
Until 22.04.2018 03:00 CET
Rain (Yellow)
Thunderstorms may break out from late Saturday afternoon over North Wales, then becoming more widespread over northern England and southern Scotland on Saturday evening and overnight into Sunday morning. These will move northeastwards clearing during the early hours of Sunday. Whilst many places will miss these storms and remain dry, where they do occur some heavy rain and lightning is anticipated and in a few places there may also be hail and/or gusty winds. 15-20 mm rain may fall in a relatively short space of time with a few spots seeing close to 30 mm of rain. 
North East
Until 22.04.2018 03:00 CET
Rain (Yellow)
Thunderstorms may break out from late Saturday afternoon over North Wales, then becoming more widespread over northern England and southern Scotland on Saturday evening and overnight into Sunday morning. These will move northeastwards clearing during the early hours of Sunday. Whilst many places will miss these storms and remain dry, where they do occur some heavy rain and lightning is anticipated and in a few places there may also be hail and/or gusty winds. 15-20 mm rain may fall in a relatively short space of time with a few spots seeing close to 30 mm of rain. 
North West
Until 22.04.2018 03:00 CET
Rain (Yellow)
Thunderstorms may break out from late Saturday afternoon over North Wales, then becoming more widespread over northern England and southern Scotland on Saturday evening and overnight into Sunday morning. These will move northeastwards clearing during the early hours of Sunday. Whilst many places will miss these storms and remain dry, where they do occur some heavy rain and lightning is anticipated and in a few places there may also be hail and/or gusty winds. 15-20 mm rain may fall in a relatively short space of time with a few spots seeing close to 30 mm of rain. 
South West
Until 22.04.2018 06:00 CET
Thunderstorms (Yellow)
Thunderstorms will affect parts of southern, central and eastern England overnight. Some damage to a few buildings and structures is possible due to lightning strikes with some interruption to power supplies and other services. Spray and flooding on roads, possibly making journey times longer. Flooding of a few homes and business is possible. 
Strathclyde
Until 22.04.2018 03:00 CET
Rain (Yellow)
Thunderstorms may break out from late Saturday afternoon over North Wales, then becoming more widespread over northern England and southern Scotland on Saturday evening and overnight into Sunday morning. These will move northeastwards clearing during the early hours of Sunday. Whilst many places will miss these storms and remain dry, where they do occur some heavy rain and lightning is anticipated and in a few places there may also be hail and/or gusty winds. 15-20 mm rain may fall in a relatively short space of time with a few spots seeing close to 30 mm of rain. 
Tayside, Central & Fife
Until 22.04.2018 03:00 CET
Rain (Yellow)
Thunderstorms may break out from late Saturday afternoon over North Wales, then becoming more widespread over northern England and southern Scotland on Saturday evening and overnight into Sunday morning. These will move northeastwards clearing during the early hours of Sunday. Whilst many places will miss these storms and remain dry, where they do occur some heavy rain and lightning is anticipated and in a few places there may also be hail and/or gusty winds. 15-20 mm rain may fall in a relatively short space of time with a few spots seeing close to 30 mm of rain. 
Wales
Until 22.04.2018 03:00 CET
Rain (Yellow)
Thunderstorms may break out from late Saturday afternoon over North Wales, then becoming more widespread over northern England and southern Scotland on Saturday evening and overnight into Sunday morning. These will move northeastwards clearing during the early hours of Sunday. Whilst many places will miss these storms and remain dry, where they do occur some heavy rain and lightning is anticipated and in a few places there may also be hail and/or gusty winds. 15-20 mm rain may fall in a relatively short space of time with a few spots seeing close to 30 mm of rain. 
West Midlands
Until 22.04.2018 06:00 CET
Thunderstorms (Yellow)
Thunderstorms will affect parts of southern, central and eastern England overnight. Some damage to a few buildings and structures is possible due to lightning strikes with some interruption to power supplies and other services. Spray and flooding on roads, possibly making journey times longer. Flooding of a few homes and business is possible. 
Yorkshire and the Humber
Until 22.04.2018 06:00 CET
Thunderstorms (Yellow)
Thunderstorms will affect parts of southern, central and eastern England overnight. Some damage to a few buildings and structures is possible due to lightning strikes with some interruption to power supplies and other services. Spray and flooding on roads, possibly making journey times longer. Flooding of a few homes and business is possible. 
Until 22.04.2018 03:00 CET
Rain (Yellow)
Thunderstorms may break out from late Saturday afternoon over North Wales, then becoming more widespread over northern England and southern Scotland on Saturday evening and overnight into Sunday morning. These will move northeastwards clearing during the early hours of Sunday. Whilst many places will miss these storms and remain dry, where they do occur some heavy rain and lightning is anticipated and in a few places there may also be hail and/or gusty winds. 15-20 mm rain may fall in a relatively short space of time with a few spots seeing close to 30 mm of rain. 
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