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Be prepared for a wet & wild Sunday

Met Office meteorologist Aidan McGivern said: “It’s turning unsettled as we head into the weekend with spells of rain, windy, and very changeable across the country.

“Initially some hill snow for parts of Scotland and northern England but strong, and in places gale-force, south-westerly wind will bring milder air with it and it largely ends up as rain.

“Damp initially and then some heavier and more persistent rain setting in for northern England, parts of Wales and eventually reaching Devon and Cornwall

“Wild wet and windy weather for the second part of the weekend.

“Coastal gales for the south coast, heavy and prolonged rain in places, particularly over Wales where the rain will really mount up, perhaps 60 to 100mm over more exposed spots.

“All in all a wet and windy Sunday for the vast majority.”

Source: thesun

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