Meteoalarm United Kingdom
United Kingdom
Tue, 18 Jun 2019 01:00:00 +0200
Today  Tomorrow
awt:3 level:2  awt:3 level:2
Dumfries and Galloway
Tue, 18 Jun 2019 01:00:00 +0200
Today
awt:5 level:1
No special awareness required

Tomorrow
awt: level:
No special awareness required
East Midlands
Tue, 18 Jun 2019 01:00:00 +0200
Today
awt:3 level:2From: 18.06.2019 19:00 CET Until: 19.06.2019 22:00 CET
Through Tuesday evening there is potential for thunderstorms to break out, initially across parts of southern England, before developing more widely overnight and then clearing through Wednesday morning. The thunderstorms may merge into areas of more prolonged and widespread rain for a time on Tuesday night and at first on Wednesday. Widely 15-30 mm of rain may fall, with up to 50 mm in a few locations. After a drier interlude, further thunderstorms may develop in a few places during Wednesday afternoon, mainly southeastern parts of England. Whilst rain and flooding is likely to be the largest impact, hail, lightning and gusty winds will be additional hazards.

Tomorrow
awt:3 level:2From: 18.06.2019 19:00 CET Until: 19.06.2019 22:00 CET
Through Tuesday evening there is potential for thunderstorms to break out, initially across parts of southern England, before developing more widely overnight and then clearing through Wednesday morning. The thunderstorms may merge into areas of more prolonged and widespread rain for a time on Tuesday night and at first on Wednesday. Widely 15-30 mm of rain may fall, with up to 50 mm in a few locations. After a drier interlude, further thunderstorms may develop in a few places during Wednesday afternoon, mainly southeastern parts of England. Whilst rain and flooding is likely to be the largest impact, hail, lightning and gusty winds will be additional hazards.
East of England
Tue, 18 Jun 2019 01:00:00 +0200
Today
awt:3 level:2From: 18.06.2019 19:00 CET Until: 19.06.2019 22:00 CET
Through Tuesday evening there is potential for thunderstorms to break out, initially across parts of southern England, before developing more widely overnight and then clearing through Wednesday morning. The thunderstorms may merge into areas of more prolonged and widespread rain for a time on Tuesday night and at first on Wednesday. Widely 15-30 mm of rain may fall, with up to 50 mm in a few locations. After a drier interlude, further thunderstorms may develop in a few places during Wednesday afternoon, mainly southeastern parts of England. Whilst rain and flooding is likely to be the largest impact, hail, lightning and gusty winds will be additional hazards.

Tomorrow
awt:3 level:2From: 18.06.2019 19:00 CET Until: 19.06.2019 22:00 CET
Through Tuesday evening there is potential for thunderstorms to break out, initially across parts of southern England, before developing more widely overnight and then clearing through Wednesday morning. The thunderstorms may merge into areas of more prolonged and widespread rain for a time on Tuesday night and at first on Wednesday. Widely 15-30 mm of rain may fall, with up to 50 mm in a few locations. After a drier interlude, further thunderstorms may develop in a few places during Wednesday afternoon, mainly southeastern parts of England. Whilst rain and flooding is likely to be the largest impact, hail, lightning and gusty winds will be additional hazards.
Grampian
Tue, 18 Jun 2019 01:00:00 +0200
Today
awt:5 level:1
No special awareness required

Tomorrow
awt: level:
No special awareness required
Highland & Islands
Tue, 18 Jun 2019 01:00:00 +0200
Today
awt:5 level:1
No special awareness required

Tomorrow
awt: level:
No special awareness required
London & South East
Tue, 18 Jun 2019 01:00:00 +0200
Today
awt:3 level:2From: 18.06.2019 19:00 CET Until: 19.06.2019 22:00 CET
Through Tuesday evening there is potential for thunderstorms to break out, initially across parts of southern England, before developing more widely overnight and then clearing through Wednesday morning. The thunderstorms may merge into areas of more prolonged and widespread rain for a time on Tuesday night and at first on Wednesday. Widely 15-30 mm of rain may fall, with up to 50 mm in a few locations. After a drier interlude, further thunderstorms may develop in a few places during Wednesday afternoon, mainly southeastern parts of England. Whilst rain and flooding is likely to be the largest impact, hail, lightning and gusty winds will be additional hazards.

Tomorrow
awt:3 level:2From: 18.06.2019 19:00 CET Until: 19.06.2019 22:00 CET
Through Tuesday evening there is potential for thunderstorms to break out, initially across parts of southern England, before developing more widely overnight and then clearing through Wednesday morning. The thunderstorms may merge into areas of more prolonged and widespread rain for a time on Tuesday night and at first on Wednesday. Widely 15-30 mm of rain may fall, with up to 50 mm in a few locations. After a drier interlude, further thunderstorms may develop in a few places during Wednesday afternoon, mainly southeastern parts of England. Whilst rain and flooding is likely to be the largest impact, hail, lightning and gusty winds will be additional hazards.
Lothian & Borders
Tue, 18 Jun 2019 01:00:00 +0200
Today
awt:5 level:1
No special awareness required

Tomorrow
awt: level:
No special awareness required
North East
Tue, 18 Jun 2019 01:00:00 +0200
Today
awt:5 level:1
No special awareness required

Tomorrow
awt: level:
No special awareness required
North West
Tue, 18 Jun 2019 01:00:00 +0200
Today
awt:5 level:1
No special awareness required

Tomorrow
awt: level:
No special awareness required
Northern Ireland
Tue, 18 Jun 2019 01:00:00 +0200
Today
awt:5 level:1
No special awareness required

Tomorrow
awt: level:
No special awareness required
South West
Tue, 18 Jun 2019 01:00:00 +0200
Today
awt:3 level:2From: 18.06.2019 19:00 CET Until: 19.06.2019 22:00 CET
Through Tuesday evening there is potential for thunderstorms to break out, initially across parts of southern England, before developing more widely overnight and then clearing through Wednesday morning. The thunderstorms may merge into areas of more prolonged and widespread rain for a time on Tuesday night and at first on Wednesday. Widely 15-30 mm of rain may fall, with up to 50 mm in a few locations. After a drier interlude, further thunderstorms may develop in a few places during Wednesday afternoon, mainly southeastern parts of England. Whilst rain and flooding is likely to be the largest impact, hail, lightning and gusty winds will be additional hazards.

Tomorrow
awt:3 level:2From: 18.06.2019 19:00 CET Until: 19.06.2019 22:00 CET
Through Tuesday evening there is potential for thunderstorms to break out, initially across parts of southern England, before developing more widely overnight and then clearing through Wednesday morning. The thunderstorms may merge into areas of more prolonged and widespread rain for a time on Tuesday night and at first on Wednesday. Widely 15-30 mm of rain may fall, with up to 50 mm in a few locations. After a drier interlude, further thunderstorms may develop in a few places during Wednesday afternoon, mainly southeastern parts of England. Whilst rain and flooding is likely to be the largest impact, hail, lightning and gusty winds will be additional hazards.
Strathclyde
Tue, 18 Jun 2019 01:00:00 +0200
Today
awt:5 level:1
No special awareness required

Tomorrow
awt: level:
No special awareness required
Tayside, Central & Fife
Tue, 18 Jun 2019 01:00:00 +0200
Today
awt:5 level:1
No special awareness required

Tomorrow
awt: level:
No special awareness required
Wales
Tue, 18 Jun 2019 01:00:00 +0200
Today
awt:5 level:1
No special awareness required

Tomorrow
awt: level:
No special awareness required
West Midlands
Tue, 18 Jun 2019 01:00:00 +0200
Today
awt:3 level:2From: 18.06.2019 19:00 CET Until: 19.06.2019 22:00 CET
Through Tuesday evening there is potential for thunderstorms to break out, initially across parts of southern England, before developing more widely overnight and then clearing through Wednesday morning. The thunderstorms may merge into areas of more prolonged and widespread rain for a time on Tuesday night and at first on Wednesday. Widely 15-30 mm of rain may fall, with up to 50 mm in a few locations. After a drier interlude, further thunderstorms may develop in a few places during Wednesday afternoon, mainly southeastern parts of England. Whilst rain and flooding is likely to be the largest impact, hail, lightning and gusty winds will be additional hazards.

Tomorrow
awt:3 level:2From: 18.06.2019 19:00 CET Until: 19.06.2019 22:00 CET
Through Tuesday evening there is potential for thunderstorms to break out, initially across parts of southern England, before developing more widely overnight and then clearing through Wednesday morning. The thunderstorms may merge into areas of more prolonged and widespread rain for a time on Tuesday night and at first on Wednesday. Widely 15-30 mm of rain may fall, with up to 50 mm in a few locations. After a drier interlude, further thunderstorms may develop in a few places during Wednesday afternoon, mainly southeastern parts of England. Whilst rain and flooding is likely to be the largest impact, hail, lightning and gusty winds will be additional hazards.
Yorkshire and the Humber
Tue, 18 Jun 2019 01:00:00 +0200
Today
awt:3 level:2From: 18.06.2019 19:00 CET Until: 19.06.2019 22:00 CET
Through Tuesday evening there is potential for thunderstorms to break out, initially across parts of southern England, before developing more widely overnight and then clearing through Wednesday morning. The thunderstorms may merge into areas of more prolonged and widespread rain for a time on Tuesday night and at first on Wednesday. Widely 15-30 mm of rain may fall, with up to 50 mm in a few locations. After a drier interlude, further thunderstorms may develop in a few places during Wednesday afternoon, mainly southeastern parts of England. Whilst rain and flooding is likely to be the largest impact, hail, lightning and gusty winds will be additional hazards.

Tomorrow
awt:3 level:2From: 18.06.2019 19:00 CET Until: 19.06.2019 22:00 CET
Through Tuesday evening there is potential for thunderstorms to break out, initially across parts of southern England, before developing more widely overnight and then clearing through Wednesday morning. The thunderstorms may merge into areas of more prolonged and widespread rain for a time on Tuesday night and at first on Wednesday. Widely 15-30 mm of rain may fall, with up to 50 mm in a few locations. After a drier interlude, further thunderstorms may develop in a few places during Wednesday afternoon, mainly southeastern parts of England. Whilst rain and flooding is likely to be the largest impact, hail, lightning and gusty winds will be additional hazards.

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