Posted: Mon 6th Jun 2016

Updated: Sun 1st Jan

Yellow weather alert on Tuesday for possible torrential rain in Flintshire

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Monday, Jun 6th, 2016

The stunning weather we’ve enjoyed for the last few days is set to come to an abrupt end today according to the Met Office who have issued a yellow weather alert for Flintshire.

They say many places will remain dry this afternoon, but there is potential for some heavy showers and thunderstorms to break out.

There is a possibility of surface water flooding and disruption to travel where torrential downpours do occur.

Temperatures will remain warm reaching today reaching up to 20°C however, heavy thundery showers could hit Flintshire from 1pm, they will ‘turn locally torrential with the risk of hail in some places’ say the Met Office – hopefully swerving Deeside!


The warning is in place between 1pm and 9pm.

Chief Forecaster’s says:

“Thunderstorms are most likely to break out over high ground this afternoon, but there is potential for these to drift into low lying, urban areas. The torrential downpours will be slow moving and there could be more than 20 mm in an hour locally, with more than 40 mm in a few hours possible. Additionally, the thunderstorms will be accompanied by hail and frequent lightning strikes.

How the week looks:

Day date Temp °C Windmph Warnings issued
Max. Min.
Mon 06 25 16 9 No warnings
Tue 07 23 15 6 YELLOW
Wed 08 21 14 5 No warnings
Thu 09 21 15 9 No warnings
Fri 10 18 13 8 No warnings
Sat 11 17 13 10 No warnings
Sun 12 17 12 9 No warnings



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