Where has summer gone ?.. Met Office warns Merseyside of more thunderstorms and flooding

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Sunday’s predicted rain radar. CREDIT: Met Office

The Met Office has again warned Merseyside of thunderstorms and more flooding.

After a stormy week which saw parts of the region flooded and a Wirral house struck by lightning, the  Met Office say we could see the same again on Sunday & Monday

The weather warnings for thundery downpours are in place from 11am – 9pm on Sunday and again on Monday from 12pm – 9pm.

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Weather Warning. CREDIT: Met Office

Scattered slow-moving heavy, thundery downpours are expected to develop across the area Sunday and Monday, with some places missing the worst of the downpours altogether.

A forecaster at the Met Office has said: “A complex frontal system will maintain relatively warm and humid conditions across much of the area.

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“Where any sunshine breaks through, rising temperatures will help trigger scattered heavy downpours, with local thunder, which could be slow-moving, given light winds. 15-20 mm of rain could fall locally within an hour with 30-40 mm possible within a few hours.

“Such amounts could cause localised surface water flooding, especially if they affect urban areas”.