Bristol weather: Met Office forecast a miserable and wet week as flood warnings hit England

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A damp and windy week ahead for Bristol with thunder and hail set to strike the city

The Met Office has forecast a wet and wild week in Bristol as residents should expect frequent showers of rainfall and brief moments of thunder and hail.

This follows the weather organisation putting down a flood warning across all of England on Monday, with areas such as Lancashire and Scarborough experiencing disruption.

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Light winds will continue throughout a week that will start at its wettest, getting gradually drier with intermittent spells of sunshine and dry conditions.

Temperatures will start to tail off and become more chilly as winter draws near, with highs of 13℃.

Today / Tonight

The day will be full of brief sunny spells and blustery showers of rainfall.

Some will be heavy as hail and thunder are expected to be more frequent in the west, but becoming more widespread heading into the afternoon.

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Winds will be fairly strong, especially in areas near the coast.

Evening showers will be present later in the day and will retreat to windward coasts, with the rest of the city remaining largely clear.

Temperatures will plummet and become chillier and touches of frost will appear in more sheltered locations.

Minimum temperatures of 2℃ and maximums of 13℃.


Another day full of moments of sunshine and patches of rainfall that will be more numerous in coastal areas.

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Some will develop more inland throughout the afternoon, with lighter winders and drier conditions.

Highs of 12℃ are expected.

Outlook for Wednesday to Friday

Some showers on Wednesday and Thursday will be largely in coastal areas of Devon and Cornwall.

Friday will generally be dry with chillier nights and spells of patchy fog and frost.

Highs of 10℃ are expected.

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