The system has not been named as a storm but the Met Office said strong winds could still bring down trees and cause travel disruption
FLOOD warnings have been issued as Britain braces itself for nearly half a month’s rainfall to fall TODAY with winds of up to 70mph expected to cause travel chaos.
Yellow warnings for wind covering the south and south east of England and southern Wales have been issued by the Met Office as flood warnings were put in place across the UK.
A Met Office spokesman said: “Travel disruption is possible and heavy rain may bring flooding.”
Around half the average rainfall for February, 89mm, is expected over some parts today.