Met Office’s 3 tips for driving in the rain after yellow weather warning issued

THE Met Office has revealed three tips for driving in the rain just hours after it issued multiple yellow weather warnings.

It took to Twitter to warn people that dirigindo in wet conditions can be dangerous, and offered the advice.

The Met Office has offered advice for people who get stuck driving in wet weather

The Met Office has offered advice for people who get stuck driving in wet weatherCrédito: Getty

O pontas came just hours after meteorologists issued three yellow weather warnings, two of which last for the whole weekend.

There are also 52 flood alerts in place as heavy rainfall and gusts of up to 55mp batter the country.

In the video offering advice, the Met Office suggested drivers dip their headlights if the weather seriously reduces visibility.

It also reminded people to increase the gap between their car, and the moving traffic ahead, to four seconds.

E, lastly, it warned that gusts of wind can unsettle vehicles, and said that people should grip their steering wheel firmly with both hands to ensure they’re in control.

The current yellow weather warnings are for rain, and warn of travel delays, and say there is a chance homes and businesses could flood as a result of the downpours.

The first warning covers a large area of mid-Escócia, with parts of Dundee, Perth e Stirling all affected.

The second warning covers the South Gales coast, Incluindo Cardiff.

And the third warning covers the south coast, all the way from mid-Cornualha para Portsmouth.

Contudo, it’s not only the areas within the warnings at risk of flooding.

The Environment Agency has issued four flood warnings, meaning flooding is expected.

These cover the areas around Climping Beach in West Sussex, around the River Nene in Cambridgeshire, no Sandhurst, Berkshire and in Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire.

The agency has also issued 52 flood alerts, which mean that flooding is possible, in areas ranging from Bristol to Leicestershire to Morecambe Bay, Lancashire.

enquanto isso, the Met Office has also revealed its first forecast for December 25and whether it will be a white Natal.