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Floods: Storms To Shift To North By Month's End
Southern Britain is expected to get drier and brighter weather by the end of the month - but only after the country is hit by yet more torrential rain.
The Met Office has issued a warning that there is more extreme weather to come during the rest of the week, particularly in southern and western parts of the UK.
Tonight, and Tuesday morning, heavy rain and gusts of up to 60mph are expected to batter the region, which has already suffered substantial flooding.
According to Sky News Weather Producer Jo Robinson, the bad weather shows no sign of abating, with forecasters warning of a "conveyor belt of storms" on their way to the UK.
A violent storm could unleash torrential downpours and gales of up to 80mph on Wednesday afternoon and evening, affecting the South West and Republic of Ireland, where many residents have already been forced from their homes after weeks of heavy rain.
The Met Office has issued an amber warning for strong winds across South Wales and South West England .
Friday night sees another storm moving into the South, with warnings in place.
However, the Met Office, also says the relentless downpours that have caused widespread disruption and flooding will eventually be replaced by some "drier and brighter" weather across southern and eastern parts of the UK.
Emma Sharples, the Met Office's weather forecaster, said: "Towards the end of February and into early March, the trend is for less unsettled conditions than we have seen lately, and some drier weather."
But Jo Robinson warned that even with drier weather to come, the flooding will "remain a big concern" with high ground water levels in the South.
Forecasters warned that the extreme weather is expected to shift to the North West, with strong winds and rain expected toward the end of the month.
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