UK weather: Exact time yellow warnings will end as UK is drenched by heavy rain – and glorious sunshine isn't far away | The Sun

BRITS are being soaked by heavy rain with yellow weather warnings in place for the next three days – but sunshine is around the corner.

The UK is set to be battered by more wet and blustery conditions for the remainder of this week after the first storm of the season brought winds of 87mph.

With winter just around the corner and the mornings becoming a lot darker, Wednesday will get off to a chilly grey start.

Shower outbreaks are expected in England and Wales with much of south and west Scotland being issued with a weather alert.

"Heavy rain" could cause disruption, travel chaos and power cuts for those in areas affected.

The yellow warning for Scotland is in place from 3am until 11.59pm today as "relentless" rain lashes down.

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As we head into Thursday and Friday, the Met Office has issued a second warning to the same area – but also extended it towards the north of Scotland too.

That is expected to cause chaos from 3pm on Thursday until midnight on Friday.

Met Office meteorologist Claire Nasir said: "It remains wet across much of Scotland.

"The rain is pushing in across Northern Ireland to the far north of England as we head through the afternoon.

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"And there's a rain warning in force across the central swathe in western parts of Scotland.

"The rain will be relentless here.

"Drier skies across much of Northern Ireland, but the rain never too far away.

"Some patchy rain across Pennine Districts. West Wales seeing a few showers but inland you'll see some hazy sunshine during the morning.

"The rain is pushing in from the Atlantic. Hence the reason why you'll see so much wet weather across these parts through the day.

"Elsewhere, a few showers will develop across England and Wales."

But glorious sunshine is forecast to make an appearance soon, according to the weather service.

"Plenty of sunny spells" are predicted for the UK across the weekend with highs of 23C in some parts.

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