Flood hit Doncaster set for more heavy rain this week as weather warnings issued
Flood hit Doncaster is braced for more heavy rain this week with weather warnings issued by the Met Office.
The Met Office has issues weather warnings for the next five days.
As Saturday’s rain cleared north into Scotland and northern England, south west England and south Wales are preparing for downpours over the coming days – with yellow weather warnings in place in the region from Sunday until Wednesday.
And by midweek, the East Midlands and South Yorkshire are also expecting a deluge, on top of the ground already flooded earlier this month, with a yellow weather warning, and the possibility of flooding, already in place.
Met Office weather forecaster Alex Burkill said on Saturday evening: “Across the next five days we have got warnings for each day.
“On Wednesday it’s covering that area of Yorkshire and Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire, that area which saw the severe flooding.
“At the moment, the rainfall is not expected to be particularly heavy for the time of year, but we are expecting it to be significant.
“There are likely to be some impacts.”