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UK News The Met Office changed the shape of the weather warning for Wales and it looked rather unfortunate

18:45  15 february  2020
18:45  15 february  2020 Source:   walesonline.co.uk

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The Met Office has issued an amber warning for heavy snow overnight across parts of Wales . It comes after motorists faced disruption and hazardous road conditions on Saturday following a second day of snow and icy weather . The main A55 dual carriageway from Denbighshire to Flintshire remains

Storm Dennis has left a rather unfortunate weather warning over Wales – much to the amusement of people online.

The second storm in the space of a week is forecast to bring high winds and heavy rain to Wales and has already started to batter parts of the country. You can follow live updates here.

The Met Office has issued yellow and amber weather warning for Wales spanning Saturday and Sunday.

Almost the entirety of Wales is covered by the yellow warning for wind and rain while an amber rain warning covers just some areas.

What advice Bristol and Cardiff airports have for passengers as Storm Ciara hits this weekend

  What advice Bristol and Cardiff airports have for passengers as Storm Ciara hits this weekend Many people will be travelling due to the Six Nations but the Met Office have warned that flying debris could cause a danger to lifeThe Met Office has issued three weather warnings for Wales with gale-force winds and torrential rain set to begin on Saturday evening.

Met Office UK weather warnings for rain, snow, wind, fog and ice. Choose your location to keep up to date with local weather warnings . Potential for very strong winds to develop across the region in association with Storm Dennis. The location and strength of the strongest winds is uncertain at this

Met Office weather forecasts for the UK. World leading weather services for the public. The heaviest rain and strongest winds are expected in the west and northwest of the UK, with further gales likely. Temperatures will generally be around average in the north, though above average in the south.

However the phallic shape of the amber warning has been causing some amusement.

The weather warning issued by the Met Office for Wales:

a close up of text on a black background © Met Office

Posting about the warning, one social media user wrote: "Storm Dennis has drawn a massive c**k and balls over Wales. At least it has a sense of humour."

And another said: "The Met Office amber weather warning image for Storm Dennis made me laugh far too hard! Dennis is a big boy!"

A number of Twitter users have also been commenting on the rude shape:

According to forecasters it will be "very wet and windy for all" in Wales on Saturday "with severe gales likely on coastlines" that could reach 70mph. "There will be some heavy bursts of rain, with hail and thunder a possibility," according to the Met Office.

Met Office warns Storm Dennis set to hit North Wales within days

  Met Office warns Storm Dennis set to hit North Wales within days The storm could damage buildings, cause power cuts and spark transport delays The Met Office has named the approaching storm and put a weather warning in place as severe gales are set to cause disruption across Wales and England on Saturday.

The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning for much of England and Wales today, with flooding expected in some areas. As of 9am, the Environment Agency had issued two flood warnings for south-west England and 27 flood alerts across the rest of the country. Met Office forecaster Luke

The Met Office has issued an amber severe weather warning as the remnants of Hurricane Ophelia hit the UK and Ireland. Very windy weather is expected across the entire region, while a yellow warning is in place for much of Wales , Scotland, north east England, north west England, south west

The maximum temperature will be 13°C. See how much rain is expected in your area by going here.

The Met Office wind warning says delays to road, rail, air, and ferry travel should be expected along with delays to high-sided vehicles on exposed routes and bridges. "Some short-term loss of power and other services is possible," they add.

An amber weather warning for rain is in force for 24 hours from 12pm on Saturday, which covers the M4 corridor north of Cardiff up to north Wales and stretches from Newport in the east to Neath and Pontardawe in the west.

A second amber weather warning for rain has been issued for the same time on Saturday, which covers the Cardiff and Vale areas as well as Newport and Swansea.

Met Offices issues new yellow weather warning for rain in south Wales as deluge continues .
The threat for flooding to homes and businesses will return on Sunday, forecasters have warned. It will be the third successive weekend where heavy rain has struck The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning for the area from Cardiff and Swansea northward to Llandrindod Wells and the A44.

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