UK weather forecast: Fears of transport chaos as Britain braces for flooding

None are ranked severe but flooding is deemed likely in all eight locations. These include Curry Moor and Hay Moor, Iwerne, Piddle Valley, South Winterboune Valley, and Till. There are two points on the Bounre Valley, from North Tidworth to the A303 and in The Winterbounres, as well as Lower Avon from Ringwood to Christchurch.

In total 78 flood alerts are in force.

Met Office meteorologist Emma Salter delivered the most recent forecast stating: “For the most part we should see more sunshine and showers.

“Those showers already going across Scotland with some snow on the mountains as well, showers and sunshine across Northern Ireland.

“But, it’s a dry start for the northwest of England.”

It is expected to stay dry though most of Sunday morning.

Towards midday there is likely to be a spell of rain lasting a couple of hours in southern England.

A high of 12C (53.6F) is forecast for Norwich around 2.00pm.

Ms Salter continued: “Throughout the rest of Sunday afternoon we’ll start to see that rain fizzle out and the showers ease as well.

“It’s going to a be a really pleasant end to the day on Sunday.”

It is forecast to get windy around 2.00am leading to a colder start on Monday.

But, Ms Salter predicted: “Plenty of sunshine and light winds in the south.”

There are no weather warnings in place for the next week.

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