Britons have been told to expect one to two inches of rain days after Storm Ciaran departed UK shores.
Forecasters have noted that low pressure will deliver another round of rain after developing above Scotland this week.
The last week has seen the country pummelled by heavy wind and rain that caused chaos over the Channel isles and beyond, with homes damaged by floods and 104mph gusts.
Jersey bore the brunt of the severe weather, while inland British regions saw strong but less dangerous conditions.
The incoming rain will fall more prominently over the west and northwest, but forecasters aren’t convinced it will reach the same extent as in previous weeks.
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Speaking to Express.co.uk, Jim Dale, the Founder and the Senior Meteorological Consultant at British Weather Services, said low pressure would develop over Scotland before becoming “more involved” elsewhere.
He said: “Low pressure moving across Scotland at intervals and next week looks ‘more involved’ for all.”
The forecaster conceded that while rain is on the horizon, it is difficult to pinpoint where it will fall and to what extent.
He added: “But there is no real detail or precision, as yet. It will all need to unfold.”
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“This week western, northwestern regions and perhaps Kent could see one to two inches of rain, but nothing yet over the top.”
Weather maps posted by WXCharts appear to show a deluge heading for the UK this week.
Charts posted by the organisation, which receives information from MetDesk, show a band of rain heading towards the country from the west that appears set to hit the UK on Wednesday, November 8.
Modelling suggests that few areas in the British Isles will escape unscathed but with comparatively minimal rainfall of between 0.6 and 5mm from 6am to 3pm that day.
The highest totals seem likely to fall over Scotland, where the maps even show some settled snow over high ground.
The charts also show winds picking up again, with gusts approaching 50mph and slightly above ushering rainy showers over the west coast and beyond.
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