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Met Office severe weather warning for Gloucestershire - heavy rain

By This is Gloucestershire  |  Posted: October 17, 2012

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Gloucestershire is under a Met Office severe weather warning for heavy rain tonight.

The Yellow Warning of Rain was issued at 9.40pm tonight and remains in place until 6am tomorrow morning.

The Met Office said: "Further heavy rain expected overnight Wednesday into Thursday. The public should be aware of the risk of localised flooding and possible disruption to transport.

"The public is advised to take extra care."

Further information and advice can be found here: Met Office useful links

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  • TimMessanger  |  October 19 2012, 2:42AM

    Just checked the met office website and there ain't a dickey bird on there, where did you get this report?

  • thomas1996  |  October 18 2012, 6:35PM

    What is 'yellow rain' when it's a home? I know what 'yellow snow' is, my mum always told me to avoid it. I hope it's not what the name suggests........................lucozade!

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  • Apothegm_  |  October 18 2012, 5:37PM

    Now where's the "Delete this Comment" button, because I'm talking about the wrong day anyway?

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  • Apothegm_  |  October 18 2012, 5:35PM

    Oops! For "Wednesday" read "Thursday". Not only TiG gets things rong...

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  • Apothegm_  |  October 18 2012, 5:33PM

    Isn't it odd that the BBC Weather Forecast shows rain for Gloucester tonight (Wednesday) at 18:00 and 19:00, but no rain whatever for the rest of the night and throughout Friday and Saturday! And how can "the Yellow Warning of Rain [have been] issued at 9.40pm tonight", when I'm typing this at 17:34?

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  • Beekeeper  |  October 17 2012, 10:23PM

    " 6am tomorrow morning" - not to be confused with 6am in the evening. Thanks, TiG.

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