The Met Office has warned that shoppers will have to battle wet and windy conditions if they want to take advantage of Boxing Day sales.
Shoppers hoping to take advantage of the Boxing Day sales are likely to face a deluge of rain across parts of the UK, the Met Office has said.
Frost and sunshine on Christmas Day will turn to wind and rain over the following 24 hours, the Met Office has said.
Politicians from flood stricken regions have called on Boris Johnson’s Government to invest more cash into better flood defences and set up a new emergency response unit, it has been reported.
Dozens of flood warnings are in place across England – bringing misery to travellers heading home for the Christmas period.
Snow hit some parts of the UK on Saturday morning, while heavy showers are due in the south.
The UK is likely to avoid Storm Brendan on Tuesday despite weather warnings for wind remaining in place for parts of the country, the Met Office has said.
England had its fifth wettest autumn on record in 2019, with some areas experiencing a volume of rain unprecedented in modern times.
November’s dismal weather will finally change, with drier and colder conditions coming for the start of December, forecasters said.
Heavy rainfall which brought parts of the country to its knees earlier his month – and killed at least one person – was a “once-in-60-years” weather event, experts have said.
More than half a month’s worth of rain fell in just one day across parts of the UK, with further heavy downpours forecast across the country in the next 24 hours.