Bristol weather: Met Office issue yellow weather warning for rain and wind - here’s what to expect

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The Met Office has warned people in Bristol that they should expect wet and windy conditions on Thursday.

Met Office weather experts have issued parts of the UK with yellow weather warnings. It covers most of the South-West of England, including the city of Bristol.

The warning is for higher-than-normal levels of rainfall and wind and will be enforced on Thursday. It starts at 10am in the morning and comes to an end at 7pm.

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It reads that Bristolians should expect to see “a brief spell of heavy rain and strong, gusty winds perhaps causing some transport disruption and flooding.”

The Met Office has warned people in Bristol to expect the following:

  • Spray and flooding on roads, probably making journey times longer
  • Some delays to road, rail, air and ferry transport are likely
  • Delays for high-sided vehicles on exposed routes and bridges are likely
  • Flooding of a few homes and businesses is possible

Over the course of the weather warning, the public is  advised to follow certain precautions as they are designed to maintain safety. safety. Visit the Met Office website for further guidance and information.

Weather forecast for Bristol on Thursday, November 24

  • 1am to 10am: brief patchy rainfall early hours but will remain largely dry and cloudy with a sunny spell at 8am, highs of 9℃
  • 11am to 1pm: miserable rainy and windy weather arrives with heavy rainfall which will be at its heaviest towards 1pm, highs of 12℃
  • 2pm to 6pm: rainfall and wind continue to hit the city during this period but will less cloudier skies and regular sunny intervals, highs of 11℃
  • 7pm to 12am (midnight): largely dry and cloudy to end the day with intermittent spells of patchy rainfall expected between 9pm and 10pm, highs of 8℃

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