The warning cover Brighton and the surrounding areas, will come into effect from 8 p.m. tonight and will remain in effect until 4 p.m. tomorrow.
The national weather service said the wet and windy conditions “could cause localized disruption on Sunday evening”.
⚠️ Yellow severe weather warning issued ⚠️
Thunderstorms in parts of England, Wales and Northern Ireland
Sunday 2000 – Monday 0400
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— Met Office (@metoffice) September 4, 2022
Met Office Weather Forecast for Brighton
According to the Met Office, the outlook for the coming days is set on largely unsettled conditions.
Discussing the weather for the remainder of today, a spokesman said to expect: “Cloud thickening in the west with developing outbreaks of rain or showers, possibly heavy locally and thunderstormy.”
More showers and showers are likely tonight but temperatures remain mild with lows of 16C.
The spokesman said: “A mix of sunshine and showers on Monday, these locally intense and thunderstormy.”
Yellow weather warning for thunderstorms – what to expect
Met Office experts have compiled a list of disruptions that could occur in the coming days.
- There is a good chance that spray, standing water, local gusty winds and/or hail will affect driving conditions, resulting in longer travel times by car and bus.
- Likely damage to some buildings and structures from lightning strikes and gusty winds.
- It is possible that some homes and businesses will be flooded causing some damage to buildings or structures.
- Train delays are possible.
- Some momentary power outages and other services are possible.
For more information, see Met Office website.
https://www.theargus.co.uk/news/20900259.met-office-yellow-weather-warning-thunderstorms-brighton/?ref=rss Met Office yellow weather warning for thunderstorms in Brighton