Tuesday’s forecast – SOAKING

Good evening Western Isles on this monday evening we are seeing rain and squally showers moving across the Western Isles. A mixture of clear skies and cloud. Winds of 10 to 30 mph and today’s high of 11.2C

Overnight – A mixture of clear skies and cloud. Scattered showers with heavier rain moving in from the South later. Winds of 20 to 40 mph.

Morning and afternoon – Rounds of rain will sweep across the Western Isles. Becoming heavy and persistent at times. Some lighter spells of rain and drizzle. Staying overcast. Winds of 20 to 40 mph gusting 50 mph. At times reaching 60 mph for the Uist and Barra.

Evening – Further heavy and at times intense but gradually clearing away as the evening progresses. Winds of 20 to 40 mph gusting 50 to 60 mph again strongest for Uist and Barra.

Winds will be from the West and South West. Temps of 6C to 14C

Sunrise and Sunset

Stornoway – 08:25 and 17:52

South Uist – 08:27 and 17:59

3 days ahead

Wednesday, Thursday and Friday – Brisk winds with sunshine and showers.

Have a great evening.

Weather Watch 25th October 2021

Welcome to Monday’s Weather Watch taking a look at the weather for the next 3 days in depth for the Western Isles as well as covering the latest weather news and events from the UK and around the Globe.

On this Monday evening we are seeing a mixture of clear skies and cloud. Showers heavy and squally in places. Winds of 20 to 40 mph and todays high of 10.4C

We are now going to take a look at the next few days weather for the Western Isles. All the images shown below come from the Met office and can be found by following this link https://www.metoffice.gov.uk/weather/maps-and-charts/surface-pressure

Tuesday – Low pressure dominates with weather fronts moving across the UK. For us in the Western Isles we are going to see bands of rain moving across the Western Isles heavy and persistent at times. Plenty of cloud. Winds of 20 to 40 mph gusting 50 mph and at times reaching 60 mph for Uist and Barra. Winds will be from the West and South West. Temps of 7C to 13C

Surface pressure - Forecast chart

Wednesday – Low pressure dominates as weather fronts moving across the country. For us in the Western isles we are going to see a day of sunshine and showers. Heavy at times. Some decent and prolonged sunshine at times. Winds of 20 to 40 mph gusting 50 mph from the South West. Temps of 7C to 12C

Surface pressure - Forecast chart

Thursday – Low pressure sticks to the North West with weather fronts moving slowly across the country. For us in the Western Isles it will be day of sunshine and showers. Winds of 20 to 40 mph gusting 50 mph from the West and South West. Temps of 8c to 13C

Surface pressure - Forecast chart

UK Weather News

Heavy rain this week with warnings in places this week

Stunning capture

Global Weather News

Heavy rainfall for California

latest on hurricane Rick

Thanks for reading any feedback is welcome.

Monday morning brief

Good morning Western Isles this is your morning brief

On this Monday morning we are seeing rain and squally showers moving across the Western Isles these are heavy in places and accompanied by blustery winds. Winds gusting 40 mph and overnight low of 8C

Today – Rounds of rain and squally showers will move across the Western Isles heavy and at times the showers will merge in some longer spells of rain and at times they will be thundery. In between some sunny spells but still plenty of cloud. Winds of 20 to 40 mph some gusts to 50 mph at possible. Winds will be from the West and South West. Temps of 7C to 11C

Tuesday – Bands of rain will move across the Western Isles with winds gusting 40 to 50 mph into the evening some places will see winds gusting 60 mph.

Wednesday and Thursday – Sunshine and showers with brisk winds.

Have a great day

The week ahead forecast – Gales at times staying unsettled.

Welcome to the week ahead forecast. The full in depth forecast for Monday can be found in the update below this one.

Tuesday – We are going to see rounds of rain which will be heavy and at times persistent. An overcast day with strong winds. Winds of 20 to 40 mph gusting 50 to 60 mph into the evening. The strongest of this for the Uist and Barra. Temps of 6C to 14C

Wednesday – we are going to see a day of sunshine and cloud. A few scattered occasionally heavy showers. Brisk winds of 20 to 40 mph from the West and South West. Temps of 10C to 14C

Thursday – Another day of sunshine and showers. These heavy at times. Some decent spells of sunshine and winds finally easing down. Winds of 10 to 30 mph. Lightest into the evening. Winds from the South and South West shifting South East later. Temps of 6C to 12C

Friday – Rinse and repeat with further rain and showers heavy at times. Some decent spells of sunshine. Some heavier overnight rain. Winds of 10 to 30 mph. Winds will be from the West and South West. Temps of 6C to 13C

Next weekend – Sunshine and showers again ( yes its that time of the year) along with brisk winds.

I hope you have a great week. Over the course of the coming week, we will keep you updated with the latest weather and the 3 day ahead forecasts. Keep an eye on the blog for extra updates!

Mondays forecast – Sunshine and showers

Good evening Western Isles on this Sunday evening we are seeing bands of rain and showers moving across the Western isles plenty of cloud with some clear spells. Today high of 13.7C winds of 20 to 40mph.

Overnight – A mixture of clear skies and cloud. Showers heavy and squally at times. Winds of 20 to 40 mph.

Morning and afternoon – Rain and showers feeding across the Western Isles. These heavy and squally at times merging into some longer spells of rain. Some decent spells of sunshine in between. Still plenty of cloud. Winds of 20 to 40 mph.

Evening – A mixture of clear skies and cloud. Further squally showers. Winds of 20 to 40 mph.

Winds will be from the West and South West. Temps of 6C to 12C

Sunrise and Sunset

Stornoway – 08:23 and 17:55

South Uist – 08:25 and 18:02

full week ahead forecast to follow.

Long range weather forecast for the Western Isles – 24th October 2021

Welcome to the our long range forecast for the Western Isles. This is our twice weekly update covering up to two ahead. We look at trends and patterns. Usually posted on a Thursday and Sunday.

Please note there is not a lot of accuracy for this kind of time frame. Anything beyond 4/5 days out becomes really difficult and subject to change so we will be looking at trends. Mainly take with a large vat of salt. We will be using the main two computer models for this. The ECMWF ( European Centre for medium range weather forecasts) which is based in Reading and the GFS (Global forecasting system) which is the American based global model.

This comes from the GFS 06z run and ECMWF 00Z run. I will refer to EC to save on typing.

EC – Thursday 28th October – Tuesday 2nd November

So the EC is suggesting that on Thursday rain and showers will move across the UK these will be heavy and persistent across the Western Isles along with brisk winds. Moving on to the Friday and low pressure dominates to the North West feeding rain and showers across the Western Isles along with brisk winds and some sunny spells. Into the Saturday low pressure to the North West of the UK and a shallow area of low pressure moves across the UK for us in the Western Isles we will see the feed of showers continuing across the islands with some sunny spells becoming drier and brighter into the evening. Moving into the Sunday and low pressure moves up the North sea feeding in rain and showers across the UK and further showers as low pressure moves across Shetland again more rain and showers for us in the Western Isles. Moving into Monday high pressure builds in briefly and a mostly fine dry and sunny start to the day but low pressure skirts South Eastwards bringing some rain and showers across the UK and some of these will feed into the Western Isles later in the day. Moving into the Tuesday and low pressure moves across the UK and behind it colder air will move in. For us in the Western Isles some rain and showers with sunny spells with brisk winds. Showers later in the day could turn wintry for a time.

GFS – Thursday 28th October Saturday 6th November

So the GFS is suggesting that for the Thursday conditions will be mainly fine and dry with sunshine and cloud along with brisk winds to start the day for us in the Western Isles but rain increases later as low pressure moves across the UK. Into the Friday and multiple areas of low pressure swirl close to the UK to the North West. For us in the Western Isles we are going to see spells of rain heavy and persistent at times with increasing winds. On to the Saturday and low pressure to the South East of the UK will bring spells of heavy rain to parts of England and low pressure to the North West of Scotland will feed rain and showers across the Western Isles which will be heavy at times. Winds will be brisk. For the Sunday high pressure builds in and low pressure slowly clears away. We will see a wet start to the day in the Western Isles but this rain will clear away to sunshine and cloud with light winds. Moving into the Monday and low pressure swings in from the North West across the North of the UK and will feed in bands of rain across the Western Isles heavy at times with winds reaching gale force. For the Tuesday low pressure slowly sits close to the Western Isles feeding further rain and showers gradually drifting away. Gale force winds will tightly packed isobars with further rain and showers. The final four days of the time period and spells of rain and showers will feed across the Western isles wintry at times and heavy in places with brisk winds. A long way off as yet so plenty of uncertainty.

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Weather Watch 24th October 2021

Welcome to Sunday’s Weather Watch taking a look at the weather for the next 3 days in depth for the Western Isles as well as covering the latest weather news and events from the UK and around the Globe.

On this Sunday afternoon we are seeing showers heavy and persistent in places. Some sunny spells. Winds of 20 to 40 mph and todays high of 13.7C

We are now going to take a look at the next few days weather for the Western Isles. All the images shown below come from the Met office and can be found by following this link https://www.metoffice.gov.uk/weather/maps-and-charts/surface-pressure

Monday -Brisk airflow across the UK. For us in the Western Isles we are going to see a day of sunshine and showers. These heavy at times. Plenty of cloud. Winds easing into the evening. Winds of 20 to 40 mph under 20 mph to end the day. Winds will be from the West and South West. Temps of 6C to 11C

Surface pressure - Forecast chart

Tuesday – Low pressure moves in and isobars tighten. For us in the Western Isles we are going to see rounds of rain which will be heavy and at times persistant. An overcast day with strong winds. Winds of 20 to 40 mph gusting 50 to 60 mph into the evening. The strongest of this for the Uist and Barra. Temps of 6C to 14C

Surface pressure - Forecast chart

Wednesday – Low pressure dominates and weather fronts linger across the UK. For us in the Western Isles we are going to see a day of sunshine and cloud. A few scattered occasionally heavy showers. Brisk winds of 20 to 40 mph from the West and South West. Temps of 10C to 14C

Surface pressure - Forecast chart

UK Weather News

Mild again next week

Global Weather News

Latest on hurricane Rick

Winter is coming with snow over the Arctic

Severe rainfall for parts of California

Sunday morning brief

Good morning Western Isles this is your morning brief

On this Sunday morning, we are seeing a band of heavy rain clearing west. Winds gusting 30 mph. Plenty of cloud with some clear skies. Overnight low of 11.6C

Today – A mixture of sunshine and cloud. Showers will move across the islands and be heavy at times. Some will merge into some longer spells of rain. Winds of 20 to 40 mph from the South and South West. Temps of 8C to 13C

Monday and Wednesday – Rain and showers with brisk winds some sunshine at times.

Tuesday – Bands of heavy rain at times. Winds increasing as the day goes on. Gusting 50 to 60 mph into the late evening.

Have a great day

Sunday’s forecast – more blusteryness

Good evening Western Isles on this Saturday evening we are seeing rain and drizzle the heaviest of the rain has cleared away. Winds gusting 50 mph.

Overnight – A mixture of clear skies and cloud some rain and drizzle. Winds of 20 to 40 mph.

Morning and afternoon – A mix of rain and showers. Heavy at times. Some sunny spells. But plenty of cloud. Winds of 20 to 40 mph.

Evening – Clear skies and cloud. A few scattered showers. Winds of 20 to 40 mph.

Winds will be from the West and South West. Temps of 8C to 13C

Sunrise and Sunset

Stornoway – 08:21 and 17:57

South Uist – 08:22 and 18:04

3 days ahead

Monday – Sunshine and showers with brisk winds.

Tuesday and Wednesday – Further rounds of rain heavy and persistent at times. Winds gusting 40 to 50 mph.

Have a great evening.

Weather Watch 23rd October 2021

Welcome to Saturday’s Weather Watch taking a look at the weather for the next 3 days in depth for the Western Isles as well as covering the latest weather news and events from the UK and around the Globe.

On this Saturday afternoon we are seeing the heaviest of the rain moving away but still plenty of rain and drizzle. Winds gusting 40 to 50 mph at times gusting 60 mph. Today’s high of 12C

We are now going to take a look at the next few days weather for the Western Isles. All the images shown below come from the Met office and can be found by following this link https://www.metoffice.gov.uk/weather/maps-and-charts/surface-pressure

Sunday – Low pressure dominates with weather fronts moving across the UK. For us in the Western Isles we are going to see a day of rain and showers moving across the islands. Heavy at times. Some sunshine in the breaks in the showers. Winds of 20 to 40 mph from the South and South West. Temps of 8C to 13C

Surface pressure - Forecast chart

Monday – A brisk airflow across the UK with low pressure to the far North. Another day of sunshine and showers for us in the Western Isles these will be heavy at times. Some decent spells of sunshine in the breaks. Winds easing down as the day goes on. Winds of 10 to 30 mph. Winds will be from the South and South West. Temps of 6C to 13C

Surface pressure - Forecast chart

Tuesday – The next area of low pressure winds itself up in the Atlantic 951 mb. Its associated fronts move across the UK. Bands of rain move across the Western Isles persistent at times. It will be another windy day with winds gusting 40 to 50 mph. Into the evening some gusts reaching 60 mph later. Winds will be from the South West. Temps of 8C to 15C

Surface pressure - Forecast chart

UK Weather News

Heavy rain across parts of the UK in the coming days

A yellow weather warning for rain has been issued for parts of Scotland.

Cold night

Windy afternoon

Global Weather News

Flooding in Spain

Rick has become a hurricane

Thanks for reading any feedback is welcome

Saturday morning brief

Good morning Western Isles this is your morning brief

On this Saturday morning, we are seeing rain moving across the Western isles this is heavy in places. Winds gusting 40 mph and an overnight low of 9.5C

Today – Bands of rain will move across the Western Isles heavy at times. Becoming lighter for times before becoming heavier again as further rounds move in. Lighter rain into the evening which will gradually clear away. The cloud dominating. Some drizzle at times. Some heavier rain moving back into Barra in the late evening. Winds of 20 to 40 mph gusting 50 to 60 mph. Possibly some slightly stronger gusts in some exposed coastal spots. Winds will be from the South and South West. Temps of 10C to 13C but feeling colder in the wind chill.

Monday and Wednesday – Bands of rain moving across the Western Isles with winds gusting 40 to 50 mph at times.

Tuesday – Sunshine and showers breezy with some sunny spells.

Have a great day

Saturday’s forecast – Back to the wind and rain

Good evening Western Isles on this Friday evening we are seeing an overcast evening with some rain and drizzle. Winds of 10 to 30 mph and today’s high of 10.2C

Overnight – Rain and showers moving across the Western Isles. Fairly scattered with clear skies and cloud. Winds of 20 to 40 mph.

Saturday day – Rounds of rain and showers will progress across the Western Isles. Heavy and persistent at times becoming lighter into the evening. Winds of 20 to 40 mph gusting 50 to 55 mph.

Winds will be from the South and South West. Temps of 9C to 13C

Sunrise and Sunset

Stornoway – 08:18 and 18:00

South Uist – 08:20 and 18:07

3 days ahead

Sunday – Rain and showers with gales a times.

Monday – Brisk winds with sunshine and showers.

Tuesday – Heavy rain and gales

Have a great evening.

Weather Watch 22nd October 2021

Welcome to Friday’s Weather Watch taking a look at the weather for the next 3 days in depth for the Western Isles as well as covering the latest weather news and events from the UK and around the Globe.

On this Friday evening, we are seeing plenty of cloud with some clear skies. Rain and showers in places. Winds under 20 mph and todays high of 10.2C

We are now going to take a look at the next few days weather for the Western Isles. All the images shown below come from the Met office and can be found by following this link https://www.metoffice.gov.uk/weather/maps-and-charts/surface-pressure

Saturday – Low pressure dominates the weather across the Western Isles with spells of rain heavy at times sweeping across the Western Isles. Winds of 20 to 40 mph gusting 50 mph possibly gusting 60 mph. Becoming milder. Winds from the South and South West. Temps of 8C to 13C

Surface pressure - Forecast chart

Sunday – Low pressure dominates across the UK. Multiple fronts move across the country. For us in the Western Isles we are going to see a day of sunshine and showers these heavy at times with some sunny spells. Some of the showers thundery at times. Winds of 20 to 40 mph gusting 50 mph at times. From the South and South West. Temps of 7C to 13C

Surface pressure - Forecast chart

Monday – Low pressure clears away but a brisk airflow persists. For us in the Western Isles we are going to see a day of sunshine and cloud with scattered showers. Heavy at times. Winds of 10 to 30 mph. From the South and South West. Temps of 6C to 11C

Surface pressure - Forecast chart

UK Weather News

Windy weather incoming

Global Weather News

Flooding in Spain

and India

Soon to be tropical storm Rick

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Friday morning brief

Good morning Western Isles this is your morning brief

On this Friday morning we are seeing a mixture of clear skies and cloud. A few scattered occasionally heavy showers. Overnight low of 6.2C winds gusting 30 mph.

Today – We are going to see the winds easing. Some decent spells of sunshine with variable amounts of cloud. A few scattered showers which will be heavy at times. But this slowly clearing away and becoming drier and brighter but cloud will increase in again later with some further light rain. Winds of 10 to 30 mph. Winds will be from the North and North West shifting South West later. Temps of 6C to 11C

Saturday – Winds gusting 40 to 50 mph with rain and showers becoming milder.

Sunday and Monday – Brisk winds with rain and showers some sunny spells.

Have a great day

Friday’s forecast – A brief respite

Good evening Western Isles on this Thursday evening we are seeing rain and squally showers moving across the Western Isles with a mixture of clear skies and cloud. Some of these showers are wintry in places. Winds gusting 40 to 50 mph. Today’s high of 10.2C

Overnight – Further rain and squally showers these heavy at times and possibly wintry in places. Winds of 20 to 40 mph.

Morning – Further squally showers but gradually dying out. A mixture of sunshine and cloud. Winds of 10 to 30 mph.

Afternoon – Sunshine and cloud. Variable amounts of cloud. Best of the sunshine for Lewis and Harris. A few lingering showers heavy at times. Winds under 20 mph.

Evening – A mixture of clear skies and cloud. Some showers but for most it will be dry. Winds under 20 mph.

Winds will be from the North and North West shifting South and South West later. Temps of 6C to 12C

Sunrise and Sunset

Stornoway – 08:16 and 18:03

South Uist – 08:18 and 18:09

Saturday, Sunday and Monday – Rounds of rain and showers these heavy and persistant at times. Winds gusting 20 to 40 mph at times gusting 50 mph. Becoming milder again.

Have a great evening.

Long range weather forecast for the Western Isles – 21st October 2021

Welcome to the our long range forecast for the Western Isles. This is our twice weekly update covering up to two ahead. We look at trends and patterns. Usually posted on a Thursday and Sunday.

Please note there is not a lot of accuracy for this kind of time frame. Anything beyond 4/5 days out becomes really difficult and subject to change so we will be looking at trends. Mainly take with a large vat of salt. We will be using the main two computer models for this. The ECMWF ( European Centre for medium range weather forecasts) which is based in Reading and the GFS (Global forecasting system) which is the American based global model.

This comes from the GFS 06z run and ECMWF 00Z run. I will refer to EC to save on typing.

EC – Monday 25th October – Saturday 30th October

The EC is suggesting low pressure dominates our weather across the UK with rain and showers feeding across the Western Isles heavy at times with winds gusting 20 to 40 mph. Into the Tuesday a developing area of low pressure will past to the North West of the UK bringing bands of rain heavy at times across the Western isles with winds gusting gale force. For the Wednesday low pressure moves across the North West of the UK with high pressure across the South. Further rain will move across the the Western Isles heavy and persistent at times. Winds once again gusting gale force. Thursday will see improve conditions as low pressure clears away according to the EC with rain and scattered showers winds easing and some sunshine. On to the Friday a dry start across the Western Isles but an area of low pressure will form close to Ireland and bring heavy rain across the islands as the day goes on. Winds will also strengthen. Into the Saturday and high pressure builds across Scotland bringing a fine and dry day with sunshine and cloud across the Western Isles but a broad area of low pressure pushes in from South West ireland increasing the cloud later in the day.

GFS – Monday 25th October – Wednesday 3rd November

The GFS is suggesting low pressure dominates on Monday with rain and showers with heavier rain moving across the Western Isles later in the day. Winds gusting to 40 mph. Into the Tuesday further rain and showers heavy with winds gusting gale force as weather systems move past the North West and high pressure builds to the South. Into the Wednesday a deep area of low pressure could bring heavy and persistent rain across the Western isles and strong to gale force winds across the islands. For the Thursday a broad area of low pressure sits to the North West of the UK feeding rain and showers across the Western Isles this will be accompanied by blustery winds. Onto the Friday a developing area of low pressure close to Ireland will bring rain later in the day but the start of the day should be fine and dry with sunshine and cloud and a few scattered showers along with lighter winds. For the Saturday a day of sunshine and scattered showers. Breezy conditions for us in the Western Isles but the GFS shows a deep and vigours area of low pressure moving in England and Wales. The final 4 days of the time period will see low pressure dominate the first few days with strong winds and heavy rain for most of the UK and a risk of things turning colder with wintry showers for the final few days of the time period.

Thanks for reading any feedback is welcome.

Weather Watch 21st October 2021

Welcome to Thursday’s Weather Watch taking a look at the weather for the next 3 days in depth for the Western Isles as well as covering the latest weather news and events from the UK and around the Globe.

On this Thursday evening, we are seeing frequent rain and squally showers moving across the Western Isles. A mixture of clear skies and cloud. Winds gusting 40 mph and today’s high of 10.2C

We are now going to take a look at the next few days weather for the Western Isles. All the images shown below come from the Met office and can be found by following this link https://www.metoffice.gov.uk/weather/maps-and-charts/surface-pressure

Friday – High pressure across the UK as a ridge builds in. For us in the Western Isles we are going to see a day of sunshine and cloud. Winds easing down. Some decent spells of sunshine. Variable amounts of cloud. A few scattered squally showers. Winds of 10 to 30 mph from the North and North West shifting South and South West. Temps of 6C to 11C

Surface pressure - Forecast chart

Saturday – Low pressure moves in with weather fronts moving across the UK. For us in the Western Isles we are going to see bands of rain moving across the Western Isles this will be heavy and persistent at times. Cloud dominating. Winds of 20 to 40 mph gusting 50 mph. Winds will be from the South and South West. Temps of 10C to 13C

Surface pressure - Forecast chart

Sunday – Low pressure dominates the weather across the UK with weather fronts move in from the Atlantic. For us in the Western Isles with a day of sunshine and showers these will be heavy at times. Some decent sunny spells. Winds of 20 to 40 mph from the South West. Temps of 8C to 13C.

Surface pressure - Forecast chart

UK Weather News

Turning milder again over the weekend

Stormy conditions

more from the tornado damage

Global Weather News

Storm damage from Storm Aurore

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Thursday morning brief

Good morning Western Isles this is your morning brief

On this Thursday morning, we are seeing rain and showers moving across the Western Isles. These are squally and wintry in places. Winds gusting 30 mph and an overnight low of 5.5C

Today – We are going to see rain and squally showers these heavy and possibly wintry at times. Becoming scattered at times. Some of the showers will merge in some longer spells of rain at times. In between the showers some decent spells of sunshine where the cloud breaks. Winds of 20 to 40 mph from the North and North West. Temps of 5C to 11C but feeling colder in the wind chill.

Friday – Sunshine and cloud. Winds ease.

Saturday and Sunday – Rain and showers. With winds gusting 20 to 40 mph with some stronger gusts on Saturday.

Have a great day

Questions about storms

It’s that time of year again.

Certain websites show certain bright colours and the questions start coming in about storms. Yes, one of the computer models is showing strong winds for next Wednesday into Thursday. As ever I am watching it.

But anything beyond 5 days is far too far off yet to know yet what will happen. This is just one model run the 12z GFS. The previous model runs the 06z and 00z do not show winds to the strength that the 12z does. The EC the other model that goes this far out does not show strong winds either.

So what happens next is we continue to watch for trends do other models show stormy conditions. Do multiple model runs show stormy conditions. That’s when confidence builds. I look at every model run daily. This has caught my eye as any potential stormy weather does and we are getting into that time of year. But the chances of it not happening at this stage are high. So we sit and wait.

No hype just managing expectations. With this or any other possible storm system, I will keep you updated.

*GFS (global forecasting system)
*EC ( European Centre for Medium-Range Weather forecasts)

Storm Aurore

The French Met Office have named the first storm of the season on there naming list. Now there will be some impacts for the UK for the South Coast of England. No impacts at all for the Western Isles but I did want to do a blog on it as its been a while since I have had some severe weather to talk about!

Looking menacing from space

This storm has resulted in Met Office warnings for Southern England

All the latest warnings can be found here https://www.metoffice.gov.uk/weather/warnings-and-advice/uk-warnings#?date=2021-10-20&id=4f93159d-215c-4fe9-8544-e9ad275bda01&details