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Important PhOtOs -Britain Hit by Severe Weather Warning>50mph Gales

Two Weeks of rain on the Way as Britain is Hit by 50mph Gales and Severe Weather Warning as Holiday Season is Officially Washed Out

  • Wind speeds to hit 50mph today as rain continues and forecasters warn of 'changeable' weather into next month
  • Met Office severe weather warning for South West as people camping or towing caravans are warned to take care
  • 12-year record temperatures earlier this month show no sign of return, with frost forecast overnight on Wednesday
Daily Mail UK, 27 July 2015


Gales of more than 50mph will batter coastal areas of Britain today as ‘unseasonably strong winds’ threaten to disrupt the school summer holidays.
Campers and other holidaymakers planning to spend the day outdoors on their break have been warned to take care, especially in the South West.

And forecasters have warned of ‘changeable’ weather into next month, with temperatures below average for the time of year.





Windy conditions: This woman was wrapped up warm as she sat Studland Peninsula near Bournemouth in Dorset today





Grey skies: Rain clouds form over walkers along Studland beach in Dorset today as the South West was given a weather warning






Three-day forecast: Wet weather will remain in the far North of England - which will see heavy showers through the afternoon today



Met Office forecaster Dean Hall said winds are set to reach speeds of up to 45mph inland, and possibly more than 50mph in coastal areas.
He added: ‘We will likely have more unsettled weather with low pressure moving in from the Atlantic.
‘The weather will be changeable, but temperatures are certainly below average for this time of year.’


A Met Office yellow 'be aware' severe weather warning for wind in the South West is in place from 6am to 9pm today.



A teenage girl and her boyfriend had to be rescued by coast patrol volunteers in Felixstowe, Suffolk, after he dared her to swim out to sea.
The teenagers were only about 30ft out but there had been a heavy swell and a fierce undertow current which made conditions perilous.





Jet stream animation: The jet is aimed straight at us which helps feed the low pressure systems currently over the UK






By the time the duo were rescued, volunteers said they were near drowning, having both inhaled water and suffering mild hyperthermia and shock.

Meanwhile those towing caravans have been warned of the potential for disruption, while Mr Hall said ‘it won't be too pleasant’ for people camping.

Wet weather will remain in the far North of England - which will see heavy showers through the afternoon - and southern parts of Scotland.

Showers, some of which could be thundery, are expected to be slow-moving across northern and eastern parts of England.

Mr Hall said that while winds in the South will generally ease tomorrow it will still be breezy. And thunder is even possible in the North.

The 12-year record temperatures earlier this month show no sign of return, with frost forecast overnight on Wednesday in Scotland.





Up to 50mph: A gust chart for this evening with unseasonably strong winds over the south of the UK, especially exposed coasts






Hotter on the continent: This temperature map shows how Britain is suffering when compared to places like the south of France and Spain






Surface pressure chart: A number of occluded fronts (in pink) - bringing cloud and precipitation - are shown over Britain at lunchtime today






Miserable: Heavy rain falls on the Womad (World of Music, Arts and Dance) site at Charlton Park in Malmesbury, Wiltshire, yesterday



Wednesday will be a breezy and cool day across the UK with a mixture of sunny intervals and scattered showers, some of which will be heavy.

It will be generally drier for much of the UK on Thursday with sunny spells and isolated showers, but showery rain is expected in western Scotland.
Bookmakers are offering 2/1 that July is the wettest on record, and 9/4 that Britain experiences more rain than ever before this year.

MailOnline’s official betting partner Coral is also pricing August to be the hottest on record at 6/1, and this year to be the hottest ever at 11/8.
It said: ‘After being flooded with bets over the weekend on it being the wettest month ever, punters could end up rejoicing the miserable weather.’

Yesterday's wettest place was County Down, which had 1.23in (31.2mm) of rain, while Altnaharra in the Highlands was the coldest place at 1.1C (34F).
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