Heavy rain brings over 100mm of rain to parts of Scotland – rainfall totals across the UK

21 12 2012

There has been some very wet weather across much of the UK seeing well over an inch of rain in the last 24 hours. The wettest place in the UK, in the 48 hours to 6 am this morning is Tyndrum, Perthshire with 102.4 mm of rain, with 94.6 mm of this falling in the last 24 hours.

The wettest place in England was Cardinham, Cornwall with 62.8 mm, in Northern Ireland was Ballypatrick Forest, Antrim with 57.8 mm and in Wales it was Tredegar Park with 54.4 mm of rain.

Although there will continue to be some patchy outbreaks of rain across eastern parts of Scotland today, generally the rain will continue to ease leaving a drier day for many, before more heavy rain pushes into the southwest of England later this evening and across Scotland tomorrow morning.

48 hour UK Rainfall Totals 19 Dec 0600 am - 21 Dec 0600 am
Stations recording more than 40 mm

SITE NAME AREA PRECIP AMOUNT(mm)
TYNDRUM PERTHSHIRE 102.4
CARTERHOUSE ROXBURGHSHIRE 68.2
CARDINHAM, BODMIN CORNWALL 62.8
SHAP CUMBRIA 61.6
BALLYPATRICK FOREST ANTRIM 57.8
PLYMOUTH, MOUNTBATTEN DEVON 55.6
STRATHALLAN AIRFIELD PERTHSHIRE 54.6
TREDEGAR, BRYN BACH PARK GWENT 54.4
PATELEY BRIDGE, RAVENS NEST NORTH YORKSHIRE 53.8
RAVENSWORTH NORTH YORKSHIRE 53.4
BINGLEY WEST YORKSHIRE 51.8
DUNDRENNAN KIRKCUDBRIGHTSHIRE 50.8
THORNEY ISLAND WEST SUSSEX 49.4
SHOREHAM AIRPORT WEST SUSSEX 49.2
USK MONMOUTHSHIRE 48.4
NOTTINGHAM, WATNALL NOTTINGHAMSHIRE 48.4
CARDIFF, BUTE PARK SOUTH GLAMORGAN 48.2
HURN DORSET 47.8
MURLOUGH DOWN 46.6
THREAVE KIRKCUDBRIGHTSHIRE 45.8
WEST FREUGH WIGTOWNSHIRE 45.6
LEUCHARS FIFE 45
MUMBLES HEAD WEST GLAMORGAN 45
CAPEL CURIG GWYNEDD 44.8
RONALDSWAY ISLE OF MAN 44
BRAMHAM WEST YORKSHIRE 43.6
GLASGOW, BISHOPTON RENFREWSHIRE 43
DISHFORTH AIRFIELD NORTH YORKSHIRE 42.8
HAMPSTEAD GREATER LONDON 41.4
SWANAGE DORSET 41
CAMBORNE CORNWALL 40.8
SENNYBRIDGE POWYS 40.8
TRAWSGOED DYFED 40.4

As the wet weather continues into the weekend we have issued a number of severe weather warnings. It is important people are weather aware by staying up to date with these during this period of unsettled weather. Amber warnings mean you need to be prepared for the weather and take steps to change your plans and protect you and your family or community from the impacts of the severe weather based on the forecast from the Met Office. We’d advise people in the areas affected to expect some disruption and take precautions if they are in an area at risk from heavy rain and flooding.








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