BBC Weather: Band of heavy rain to hit parts of Europe
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Parts of Britain are set to be battered by heavy rain. The Met Office has issued two yellow weather warnings for Sunday, July 11, and Monday, July 12. Concerns have been raised that heavy rains could disrupt travel in the affected areas.
Heavy slow moving showers are expected to cause some travel disruption.
Spray and flooding on roads will likely make journey times longer than usual.
The national forecaster also predicts bus and train services will be affected.
Today’s weather warning will affect parts of Northern Scotland.
The Grampian area along with the Highlands & Eilean Siar are covered by the Met Office’s Yellow weather warning.
The Met Office warns that spray and flooding on roads could impact journeys today and public transport will likely be delayed in these areas.
The warning has been issued from 12.00 BST on July 11 and ends at 9pm later today.
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Tomorrow’s weather warning will cover a different part of the UK.
The Met Office has issued another yellow warning for July 12.
The Met Office forecasts heavy rain will impact much of Southern and Eastern England.
The areas covered by this warning inclcude the East, South East, South West England and London.
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