Britain is set to see three days of very wet conditions, with an inch of rain forecast to land every hour.
The wet weather conditions started from yesterday (October 14), which saw around 32mm of rain fall across central, southern and northern England throughout yesterday morning.
Despite the arrival of wind and rain, temperatures remained mild for much of the country.
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This morning (October 15) will see more showers in the north-west, with a fair bit of rainfall also expected in certain southern areas.
Later on in the day the west will also see downpours, as well as massive gusts of up to 47mph, the Met Office said.
Met Office meteorologist Alex Deakin warned the arrival of a wet weather front from the Atlantic will bring "more persistent rain" up from the south west tomorrow (October 16).
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According to BBC Weather, the rain will continue overnight into Monday (October 17), with northern areas being the ones mainly hit, while clouds and lingering rain are expected to hit the south and east.
Tuesday (October 18) will bring an end to the four days of downpours that began on Friday as more settled weather arrives with sunny spells.
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