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Weather in the UK – Storm Callum floods leave the entire city under water, as rainfall is caused by rain during the course of the journey in the course of 48 hours

STORM Callum has left an entire city under water, because flood warnings cause evacuations and heavy rainfall and the 60 mph wind continues to attack the country.
Crickhowel residents in South Wales have stacked up sandbags against their front doors while firefighters pump water from the local pub and hiding cars have been abandoned.
Wales News Service Houses had stacked sandbags against their front doors while people tried to keep the flood water out. People in the area were instructed to leave their homes at night when more than a month of rain fell within 48 hours.
Nearly six centimeters fell one day in some sodden spots – with the wet weather that will continue in most of the country today.
Part of South Wales, the village of Libanus in Brecon Beacons, registered 182 mm of rain in just 48 hours – well above the monthly total for the region of 169 mm.
Rhondda Cynon Taf in South Wales gave a warning to "travel alone when absolutely necessary" due to flooding.
Wales News Service The people of Crickhowell, population 2,000, were stranded when the town in Powys, Mid Wales, was flooded by rainWales News Service Large parts of the city were flooded in the floodsAthena Picture Agency The flooded entrance to Aberdulais Falls in the south WalesLondon News Photo's Storm Callum continues to devastate South Wales as the Usk eruptions of the banks London News Photographs Residents and locals view the extensive flooding at Crickhowell in PowysWales News Service The sidewalk and road in Crickhowel, South -Wales, has been flooded by Storm Storm Callum causing devastation because heavy rainfall Wales caused flooding
London News Pictures Firefighters worked to drain the water that flooded parts of a Welsh city. Heavy rainfall will continue in Wales, West and North England, parts of Scotland and Northern Ireland.
A number of weather warnings apply until late in the evening – with an orange warning for rain in South Wales where flooding is likely.
The government issued five flood warnings because of Storm Callum, which flew through the country yesterday and caused havoc for commuters and people on the west coast.
The Dorset coast and the Wye river from Hay to Hereford are particularly at risk of flooding as the water level rises.
A car is stranded in floodwater in Tonna at AberdulaisLondon News photo After a night of continuous heavy rainfall, the river Usk breaks its banksAlamy Live News Storm Callum continues to tarnish CornwallAnother 57 places in England have been issued with flood warnings, leaving people in that areas are warned to be prepared for possible flooding after the ongoing rainfall of the past day.
And there are currently 28 flood warnings in South Wales with another 39 flood warnings.
A Met Office predictor said the Brecon Beacons had seen 150 mm (nearly six inches) of rain in 24 hours, with lower parts of South Wales registering 50-100 mm of rain.
Wales usually sees an average rainfall in October of 169.6 mm and a monthly average of 121.7 mm.
© 2018 Chris Bull Wind and rain raid today the harbor in Porthleven in Cornwall Agatha Picture Agency Foam caused by the river water is trapped by the fence of Aberdulais FallsGoogle Maps A number of weather warnings are present todayLondon News Photos A resident in Brecon said that the worst thing she has seen since 1976. The strong winds caused a mother and baby to escape a "miracle" after a huge tree branch crashed on their car.
Ellie Jaeger-Fozard, 26, of Newsome, said her heart was in her mouth when the branch fell over the road with a nauseating thud on the hood and windshield.
She said, "I could not believe it, if I'd parked a few inches down the road, it could have been very different."
Athena Picture Agency The water levels in South Wales rose dramatically at night Naath Port Talbot villagers insisted to evacuate due to increasing fear at the level of the rivers caused by Storm Callum
© 2018 Chris Bull Waves fall over the port of Porthleven in Cornwall With meteorologist Helen Roberts of the office said: "There will be more wet and windy weather for similar parts of the country – predominantly western areas – which could cause more flooding.
"The East and South East of England will see the best of the dry and clear weather, where it will be even warmer than yesterday and can reach 25C – far above the average for the time of the year."
Northern parts of Wales have a yellow weather warning in place until just before midnight tonight, with part of Northern England also seeing the same warning.
The bad weather has affected the services between Preston and Scotland, Wales and South West England.
Due to strong winds, speed limits have been imposed on many routes – with fewer Virgin connections between London Euston, Birmingham New Street and Edinburgh and Glasgow, according to Network Rail.
Flooding and falling trees have the most rail services in Wales, while trains in Devon and Cornwall are also likely to be delayed.
Richard Austin Big waves make a spectacular picture for storm fighters in Lyme Regis Mercury Press A woman lurks in heavy rainfall in the center of LiverpoolAthena Picture Agency A 4 × 4 drives past a Vauxhall Astra convertible that is jammed on the B4242 road between Resolves and Glyn NeathStorm Callum: Amber rain warning in Wales warns people of flood risks, because strong winds upset the entire region
Although in the south it will be drier, and locally very hot in the southeast, it is expected to be airy with a single insulated shower.
Temperatures are up for this time of the year, with highs of 25C possible in the Southeast today.
Tomorrow it falls back to a level that is closer to the average, with temperatures of around 15-17C predicted.
The rain will go through tonight in the middle and south of the country before it begins to clear tomorrow.
The Met Office predicts that the band will evolve to the west and north as the tail of Storm Callum's effects blows through the country.
Monday should see a beautiful day for a large part of the country before there would be some rain in the southeast until Wednesday.
SWNS: South West News Service Planes struggled to take off and land at Manchester Airport while Storm Callum destroyed the British IslesMet Office. Upgrading: Storm Callum warning as 80mph wind and three months of rain to Britain
Mercury Press Gigantic waves crash into the seawall at Lyme Regis in Dorset Mercury Press A woman struggles with her brolly in the strong wind in the center of Manchester. Primex News The coastline of a resort was flooded on Friday after Storm Callum sent waves over its seawall in Exmouth, Devon. Thirteen flights were canceled and a number of schools were closed because Callum – the third storm of the season – hit the British coast.
Dozens of passengers were stuck in the train after yesterday it had landed in deep water in the Valleys of South Wales.
A passenger on the train said: "We are stuck here for over an hour after the train has hit flood water.
"We can not move forward or backward – we do not know how long we will be here."
Flybe was forced to cancel 25 flights in and out of Belfast City Airport due to weather conditions on Friday and all passengers were advised to check before traveling.
They include airplanes departing from London, Exeter, Manchester, Birmingham, Newcastle, Southampton, Leeds, Cardiff and Edinburgh.
Some rural communities can even be closed because the floods block smaller B roads.
With Office Head Meteorologist Frank Saunders, said: "Strong winds at this time of the year can increase the speed of leaf fall that could potentially block out drains or divers and, with heavy rainfall expected on Friday and Saturday, could increase the flood potential.
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"There is also a risk that the strong wind in connection with Storm Callum, in combination with high water, can lead to some effects of the coast due to large waves."
Despite the storms, the temperatures at this time of the year are much higher than expected in autumn.
The last time the temperature at this time of the year exceeded 24C was in October 2011 when no less than 29.9C was clocked.
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