Tonight : The evening looks set to be dry with sunny spells for Northern Ireland, Wales, central and southern England. However there will be cloud and thundery showers for Scotland, northern and eastern England. The showers in the north and east will ease in intensity later in the night. Breezy in the east. Tomorrow : The morning will be cloudy for most areas with bright spells for Northern Ireland and south-west England. There will be a few light showers for many parts of northern and eastern England.
It will become bright with scattered showers for most during the afternoon, some heavy in the north.
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Light winds. Tomorrow night : The evening will be dry with sunny spells for most areas, although showers will linger for parts of southern Scotland and northern England with more cloud for eastern Scotland and the far north-east of England. Patches of mist and fog are likely to develop in places after midnight.
Gentle winds. UK Outlook Thursday and Friday : Tomorrow will be dry with sunny intervals and patchy cloud in the south and west. It will be bright in the north and east with scattered showers, some thundery. On Friday there will be a mix of sunny spells and showers, which will be most frequent in the north and east. North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service said it received around calls to flooding incidents in Leyburn and Reeth yesterday evening as summer storms sweep through the area.
A spokesman said: 'We had several appliances, as well as our swift water rescue teams and high volume pumping appliance within the area attending various incidents involving flooded properties and cars stuck in flood water. Train passengers faced disruption after a landslip between Carlisle and Skipton. Northern Rail said trains had been suspended between Ribblehead and Kirkby Stephen.
Manchester Piccadilly train station has said services are still disrupted by debris left by a landslip caused by flooding yesterday near Beeston Castle. Jess, 20, was caught in 'mammoth' rain in Horwich, Bolton, on Wednesday afternoon which flooded roads to 'shin height', according to posts she shared on Twitter. I've never seen water that deep in such a residential area before. The youngster, who chose not to reveal her second name, said she told a mother with her child in a pram not to cross the street as it would have been 'way too deep'.
The bridge that has been severely damaged over Cogden Gill, in Grinton Moor, was a popular viewing spot when riders of the opening stage of the Tour de France crossed it in July Network Rail workers remove debris from the railway line near Beeston Castle following a landslip today. Homes and buildings were flooded as flash flooding hit part of North Yorkshire after almost a month's rain fell in four hours. A man drives along a flooded road near Grinton, North Yorkshire, following severe weather that has hit the region.
A house is surrounded by floodwater in Yorkshire today following severe flooding that has hit parts of northern England. Jack Stephenson stands in his ruined front room in Fremington, North Yorkshire, this morning following the flooding.
A Vauxhall van is driven through floodwater in North Yorkshire this morning following heavy rain that has hit the region. Flooding on a field in North Yorkshire this morning, after parts of the region had an extremely high amount of rainfall. Soldiers help local residents following flash flooding in Grinton, North Yorkshire, which has devastated the area. A woman has a drink while trying to protect the Dales Cafe and Cakery in Yorkshire from further flooding this morning.
Jack Stephenson stands in his ruined kitchen in Fremington, North Yorkshire, after it was hit by a wall of mud and water.
Mr Stephenson surveys the scene in his living room in Fremington, North Yorkshire, after torrential weather hit the area. Mr Stephenson holds the fridge-freezer as he stands in his ruined kitchen today at home in Fremington, North Yorkshire. Mr Stephenson walks out of his ruined home in Fremington, North Yorkshire, which was hit by a wall of mud and water. We will address any damage to race routes with North Yorkshire County Council in due course.
It was pretty much a rolling incident and we attended around six separate incidents. It is the busiest time of the year for tourism and businesses that rely on visitors will lose out because the villages have been cut off.
Brymor Ice Cream in Masham, North Yorkshire, said staff treated customers for 'minor injuries' after hail shattered parts of its shop roof. A recovery van tries to get through the main road into Reeth in North Yorkshire this morning which has been blocked. Mud was washed from nearby fields, destroying walls and settling across the road in Reeth, North Yorkshire.
Floodwaters have washed through homes, destroying roads and could kill animals trapped in flooded fields in Swaledale. The clear-up begins today following heavy rainfall in Grinton, North Yorkshire, which has devastated the local area. Fast-flowing water travels past the collapsed bridge following heavy rainfall on Grinton Moors in North Yorkshire.
A shed washed away in the flooding in Reeth ended up on a driveway a long distance from where it was fixed today. The clear-up begins this morning following heavy rainfall in Grinton, where almost a month's worth of rain fell in four hours.
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Denise Maxwell stands among the devastation caused to her garden in Reeth, North Yorkshire, which was hit by flooding. Ms Maxwell looks out from her front door after her home in Reeth, North Yorkshire, was devastated by the flooding. Ms Maxwell stands among the devastation caused to her house in Reeth, North Yorkshire, which she is mopping up today. Two people look at how a bridge collapsed following heavy rainfall on Grinton Moors in North Yorkshire.
The ice cream maker said power lines, drains and phones were all affected 'in a very short space of time' but that it hoped to open again today following a 'clean-up operation'. Pictures and videos on social media showed widespread flooding across the Swaledale area in the Yorkshire Dales. Roads resembled rivers, with many cars stranded, and fields were under water. Pictures on the Swaledale Mountain Rescue Team Facebook page showed a bridge that had collapsed on the road between Grinton and Leyburn. The team said: 'Please note heavy flooding on all roads in the Swaledale area only travel if essential as many routes impassable.
Although water levels are slowly easing some bridges are out and lots of debris on the roads. A mountain biking event due to take place in Reeth at the weekend has been cancelled due to the flooding. The organisers of Ard Rock said they were 'heartbroken' and advised visitors not to travel to the site. The event team said on Facebook: 'Flash flooding in the Swaledale valley has flooded roads, homes, land and submerged the Ard Rock site. People work to clear the area after heavy rainfall in Grinton, with the region still braced for more severe conditions.
A close-up view of the collapsed bridge on Grinton Moors in North Yorkshire which was destroyed by the severe weather. Ms Maxwell stands among the devastation caused to her garden in Reeth, which was hit by a wall of mud and water. Ms Maxwell mops up after the devastation caused to her home in Reeth following severe flooding in the area. Jack Stephenson stands in his totally ruined home in Fremington, North Yorkshire, after flooding hit the area yesterday.
Mr Stephenson stands in his totally ruined bedroom in his home in Fremington, North Yorkshire, following the flooding. A man drives along a flooded road today near Grinton, North Yorkshire, after parts of the region had extreme rainfall. Flood defences outside Dales Cafe and Cakery in Yorkshire today, after parts of the region had up to A fast-flowing river goes through the site of a collapsed bridge near Grinton in North Yorkshire this morning.
Access to the area is blocked by emergency services from all roads. Please do not travel. Please email your stories and photographs to tips dailymail. Alex Rafferty is one of the event organisers involved in putting on the Ard Rock mountain bike event. The year-old said his team are now involved in the clear-up, adding: 'The weather really took a turn for the worst yesterday. The field where the event was due to take place was seen covered in water today, with Mr Rafferty explaining how it would be impossible for tents to pitch up there.
The A Manchester Airport Link Road has been closed for a third day in a row this morning due to flooding. Flooding closed the A in Stockport, Greater Manchester, after parts of northern England were hit by heavy rain. Flooding has closed the A today in Stockport, Greater Manchester, as the north of England is hit by severe weather. A motorist drives along a flooded road near Grinton in North Yorkshire today after parts of the region suffered heavy rain.
Sheep are at risk following the devastating flooding at Swaledale in the Yorkshire Dales yeterday. The violent hail and rain storms have caused chaos for locals, with a bridge collapsed in the Yorkshire Dales village of Grinton. A man drives a quad bike through the flooding in the Yorkshire Dales following devastating conditions in Swaledale. North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service said it received around calls to flooding incidents yesterday. He added: 'We're pretty restricted in terms of access from all sides of the valley, there's bridges that are down, there's roads that are blocked, so right now it's trying to contain what we've got and work to support local people and local services to help out.
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The UK's 10 hottest years in records stretching back to the 19th century have all occurred since , the Met Office has said. Analysis of temperature records which have been extended back to also reveals that none of the 10 coldest years have occurred since , showing how the climate is warming.
In the Met Office's latest annual state of the climate report, the temperature series for the UK has been extended back by 26 years from , as the data was added as part of ongoing work to digitise historic weather records. Dr Mark McCarthy, head of the Met Office's national climate information centre, said: 'Looking back further into the UK's weather reveals a very interesting timeline, with the top ten warmest years at the most recent end, since The top 10 hottest years are in order : ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; and The coldest years in the record are: ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; and Wilf Bishop, 77, has lived in the Yorkshire Dales since and moved to Reeth in He described the weather conditions as 'appalling, absolutely appalling'.
Describing how the rain came down from the hillside, he said: 'We'd just got back from a walk on the hillside and it started to rain a little, then within minutes it was this astonishing downpour. He explained how the deluge of rainfall lasted around 'a couple of hours'.
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