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Met Office issues ‘danger to life’ warning as month’s worth of rain to fall in TWO days

The UK is in for a week of heavy rain

The Met Office has issued warnings as a month's worth of rain could fall in just two days across the UK.

Forecasters have warned that heavy rain is expected to cause disruption for most of England today and tomorrow (September 24).

A yellow 'danger to life' weather warning is in place from 4am to 10pm on Tuesday.

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The warning says homes and businesses "could be flooded", causing damage to some buildings.

There is also a possibility of fast flowing or deep floodwater, which could cause a "danger to life" and "some communities may be cut off by flooded roads".

We could see quite a lot of rain falling in a short period of time.

The warning continues: "Delays or cancellations to train and bus services are possible.

"Spray and flooding could lead to difficult driving conditions and some road closures. Possible power cuts and loss of other services to some homes and businesses."

The Met Office issued a yellow weather warning on Tuesday (Credit: Met Office)

Met Office meteorologist Mark Wilson added to the Mirror: "It's going to be a very unsettled day across the UK with wind, hail, thunder and lighting as well as heavy rain.

"We could see quite a lot of rain falling in a short period of time. It is really worth staying in touch with the forecast.

"Places like London and the south-east will see the heaviest rain (in the morning), but by the evening rush hour it will likely be seen in the north-east of England, as the front is moving northward."

Meanwhile, the Huffington Post reports a month's worth of rain could fall over today and tomorrow.

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Met Office meterologist Luke Miall told the publication: "We could see 20mm to 40 mm of rain within nine hours, and possibly the worst case scenario is of 70mm in some spots."

The average rainfall for September is 80-100mm.

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