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Wind and rain forecast for Birmingham in Storm Brendan aftermath

Birmingham Mail logo Birmingham Mail 14/01/2020 Brett Gibbons
a group of people walking in the rain: Storm Brendan has brought heavy rain and winds © Rob Browne /WalesOnline Storm Brendan has brought heavy rain and winds

Storm Brendan has cleared Britain but another blast of wet and windy weather is on the way for Birmingham.

A new area of low pressure will cause blustery conditions for much of southern England and Wales in the aftermath of the storm - with the threat of even stronger winds for those areas.

Heavy rain will move in towards Birmingham from the south during the afternoon accompanied by very strong winds . These will eventually clear during the evening but it will remain wet.

A Met Office spokesperson said: "There's also going to be some rain, making conditions quite unpleasant.

"It's certainly going to be unpleasant driving conditions and could lead to disruption across many travel networks.

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"We are looking at gusts of 40mph to 50mph with exposed coasts and the tops of hills seeing 60mph and maybe even up to 70mph."

There could even be more disruption to travel during the rush-hour on Tuesday evening.

Seven flood warnings and 79 alerts issued by the Environment Agency remained in place on Tuesday morning.

The Met Office has also issued a yellow warning of rain to cover the South East on Tuesday, where heavy rain is expected to cause disruption and the flooding of a few homes and businesses is "likely".

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