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Britain faces another week of weather misery after rivers burst their banks across the country today. Met Office forecasters issued a yellow weat

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Britain faces another week of weather misery after rivers burst their banks across the country today. 

Met Office forecasters issued a yellow weather rain warning for 6am to 8pm on Tuesday, saying homes and businesses would likely be flooded and power supplies face ‘some interruption. 

The warning covers swathes of north and south Wales, along with parts of north west England, including Manchester. 

And the Government has now issued 30 flood warnings, meaning flooding was ‘expected’, and 66 alerts, meaning it was ‘possible’, across England. 

York: The River Ouse has broken its banks again this morning in York city centre

York: The River Ouse has broken its banks again this morning in York city centre

York: The River Ouse has broken its banks again this morning in York city centre

Shrewsbury: A partially submerged Frankwell car park in Shrewsbury, which has been closed due to it's proximity to the river Severn

Shrewsbury: A partially submerged Frankwell car park in Shrewsbury, which has been closed due to it's proximity to the river Severn

Shrewsbury: A partially submerged Frankwell car park in Shrewsbury, which has been closed due to it’s proximity to the river Severn

Buckinghamshire: Vehicles drive underneath a railway bridge through floodwater during rainy weather in Taplow

Buckinghamshire: Vehicles drive underneath a railway bridge through floodwater during rainy weather in Taplow

Buckinghamshire: Vehicles drive underneath a railway bridge through floodwater during rainy weather in Taplow

Met Office forecasters issued a yellow weather rain warning for 6am to 8pm on Tuesday, saying homes and businesses would likely be flooded and power supplies face 'some interruption

Met Office forecasters issued a yellow weather rain warning for 6am to 8pm on Tuesday, saying homes and businesses would likely be flooded and power supplies face 'some interruption

Met Office forecasters issued a yellow weather rain warning for 6am to 8pm on Tuesday, saying homes and businesses would likely be flooded and power supplies face ‘some interruption

Rain sweeps northeast across all areas on Tuesday ahead of heavy showers and strong winds on Wednesday. Further rain and strong winds spread northeast on Thursday. 

The Met Office has warned that parts of Snowdonia could see 100mm of rain on Tuesday.

Forecasters say that today’s miserable conditions are down to ‘heavy blustery showers’ moving in from the west ‘with the odd rumble of thunder at times’.

‘There is more to come this afternoon,’ forecasters wrote on Twitter. 

It comes as the River Ouse broke its banks again this morning in York city centre, flooding riverside roads and pathways.

And a partially submerged Frankwell car park was pictured in Shrewsbury, which has been closed due to its proximity to the river Severn. 

Tomorrow, Britons  can expect slightly more positive weather on Monday, January 9, 2023 with drier conditions and less brutal winds and rain expected. 

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