WALES is predicted to see disruption, according to a Met Office weather forecast for the country, and people have been advised to prepare.
Tomorrow will experience periods of heavy rain and severe winds, according to the national weather service (Thursday, November 24).
The Independent has stated that the weather warning may result in power outages, putting infrastructure and supply at danger.
As a result of the decreasing temperatures and hazardous weather, many people can be forced into darkness.
In addition to potentially flooding houses and businesses, the rain is also anticipated to have an impact on bus and train schedules in Wales as well as driving distances.
Tomorrow, the yellow weather advisory will be in effect from 10 am until 7 pm.
Most of the week is predicted to be cloudy and rainy with occasional sunny breaks.
What to expect and the area that the weather alert covers are as follows:
What to anticipate from a weather warning from the Met Office?
Thursday (November 24) (November 24)
- The Met Office anticipates periods of heavy rain that could result in road flooding and spray, lengthening travel times.
- Transportation by ferry, rail, air, and other modes may experience delays.
- Some houses and businesses can experience flooding, and high-sided vehicles might have delays.
- According to reports, there may be a chance of power outages as weather-related issues affect infrastructure and supply, leaving hundreds in the dark.
Tomorrow, Wales as a whole is under a yellow weather advisory from the Met Office (Thursday, November 24).
Additionally, there will be strong winds and rain in many areas of England, especially the South West.