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RTE 1/13 The National Weather Services are calling for rain across the country this week with forecasters predicting a shower in parts of England and Wales.
The NWS has called for up to 6 inches (15cm) of rain across most parts of the UK and parts of Scotland.
Rainfall totals will be between 10-12 inches (25-30cm) across much of England.
Forecasters said that the rain would be particularly heavy in the north east and the north west, where a lot of the heaviest rainfall would fall.
The forecaster said the rain was likely to be wet and windy, with gusts up to 70mph (130km/h).
Forecasters have warned people to be prepared to get wet.
“There is still a risk of flash flooding if the ground is wet and the wind is strong, but you should be prepared,” the forecaster added.
The weather service said that if you live in areas where you need to use a car, you should drive as there is a risk that you will run into the road, causing a crash.
The UK is in the midst of its driest winter on record with record rainfall and heavy snowfalls.
The National Weather services is urging people to stay safe by avoiding travel, driving at high speeds, and using light hand tools.