Met Office north London forecast: Yellow rain warning issued

The Met Office has issued a yellow rain warning from 3pm tomorrow (February 25) until Monday morning for London and the south east of England.

Widespread downpours are expected, with between 15mm and 25mm of rain forecasted, rising up to 40mm for some areas.

Wind gusts are also expected to exceed 40mph at around midday on Monday.

Met Office meteorologist Greg Dewhurst said: “We are keeping an eye on this area of low pressure as it moves into southern counties of England and Wales over the course of Sunday and into Monday.

“It will bring some heavy rain and some strong winds as well. This rain is falling on saturated ground and could lead to some localised flooding problems.”

Here, we take a look at the Met Office forecast for north London when the weather warning is in place.

Hampstead forecast

 

Sunday (February 25)

3pm – 7C, 50% chance light rain, 24mph winds

4pm – 7C, 60% chance light rain, 25mph winds

5pm – 6C, 80% chance heavy rain, 26mph winds

6pm – 6C, 80% chance heavy rain, 27mph winds

7pm – 6C, 80% chance heavy rain, 29mph winds

8pm – 6C, 80% chance heavy rain, 29mph winds

9pm – 6C, 60% chance light rain, 32mph winds

10pm – 5C, 60% chance light rain, 32mph winds

11pm – 5C, 50% chance light rain, 33mph winds

 

Monday (February 26)

Midnight – 5C, 50% chance light rain, 34mph winds

3am – 5C, 50% chance light rain, 37mph winds

6am – 4C, 40% chance light rain, 38mph winds

9am – 5C, 38mph winds

12pm – 7C, 43mph winds

3pm – 7C, 40mph winds

6pm – 6C, 32mph winds

9pm – 4C, 26mph winds

 

 

 

 

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