Flood warning for Exeter as heavy rain expected
Exeter has been told to prepare for heavy rain and the possibility of flooding this week.
The Met office has issued a severe weather warning of rain for the South West with heavy downpours expected on Thursday and Friday.
The Exeter based office warns that persistent rain is expected to set in during Thursday, lasting until well into Friday in many areas, and particularly heavy over hills exposed to the south and southeast.
Some improvement seems likely later on Friday, but still with localised heavy showers.
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A Chief forecaster for the Met office said:
“An active frontal system, struggling to brng milder air into the south of the country, is expected to bring 20-30 mm of rainfall quite widely, and possibly in excess of 50 mm to some hilly districts. Given that recent rain and showers have made things quite wet again, this seems likely to lead to some impacts.
Adding: “The public should be aware that this may cause some localised issues with flooding.”