BRITAIN is braced for more wet conditions this week with heavy rain and strong winds set to lash the country as winter begins to take hold.
On Monday, Brits will experience cloudy skies with occasional rain in the north and west, while the south and east will remain dry and bright.
Meanwhile the Met Office released yellow weather warnings for heavy rain in western parts of Scotland and Northern Ireland on Monday, remaining in lace until Tuesday.
It comes after the country experienced its wettest day since records began when Storm Alex ravaged the country earlier this month.
Saturday October 3 saw more rainfall than any other day since 1891 when the first records were kept, Met Office researchers revealed.
With an average of 1.24 inches of rain across the UK, the total amount of water falling that day would have exceeded the capacity of Loch Ness.
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