Wet weather set to hit North Devon tomorrow

The Met Office has issued a weather warning for Sunday and Monday.

The Met Office has issued a weather warning for Sunday and Monday. - Credit: Archant

Met Office issues weather warning for Sunday evening - stay up to date with the latest weather in North Devon here.

NORTH Devon should be prepared for heavy rain tomorrow (Sunday) with a yellow weather warning for rain in place across the region.

The alert issued by the Met Office predicts a band of heavy rainfall across the South West from 6pm on Sunday.

The weather warning will remain in place until midday on Monday.

Yesterday it was announced the fireworks display at Barnstaple Rugby Club planned for tomorrow will be postponed due to the forecast.

A chief forecaster for the Met Office said: “A frontal zone moving across the Atlantic this weekend is expected to extend eastwards across south-western UK late on Sunday before spreading to the rest of southern England overnight Sunday and through Monday morning.

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“Associated rain is likely to be heavy at times with accumulations typically between 10 and 20 mm and locally 30 mm or more.

“It will also become windy in English Channel coastal areas where gales may develop for a time during Sunday evening and the early hours of Monday.”

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