UK weather: Brits brace for MORE flood chaos as Met Office issues amber 'heavy rain' warning after Storm Babet havoc | The Sun

BRITS are being told to brace for MORE flood chaos – with forecasters issuing alerts for fog and heavy rain.

The Met Office has put two yellow weather warnings and an amber warning in place just days after Storm Babet wreaked havoc across Britain.

An amber rain warning has been issued for the Isle of Wight and Southampton.

It says power cuts and the loss of other services to some homes and businesses is likely due to flooding.

Meanwhile, Manchester, Hull, Stoke-on-Trent, Nottingham, Birmingham, Peterborough and Norwich are under a fog warning until 11am today.

Forecasters say the dense fog is expected to lead to travel disruption this morning.



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And another yellow rain warning is covering most of the south of the country – including parts of Wales.

The met office predict that heavy rain will cause more flooding and disruption.

The warning is in place until 10am today.

It comes as 63 flood warnings are already in place after Storm Babet this week left thousands of homes underwater.

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Seven people were tragically killed in the horror storm.

On Monday emergency services yesterday recovered a body following reports a person was stuck in a vehicle near Marykirk, Aberdeenshire.

Police Scotland said formal identification is still to take place, but the man's next of kin have been informed.

On Sunday, a woman in her 80s passed away inside after a flat filled with severe flooding.

Emergency services were called to a flat in Chesterfield after what cops described as "a sudden death" which they believe was weather-related.

It was also revealed a horror car pile-up on the M4 on Friday was weather-related, according to MailOnline.

The smash, which involved a lorry and four cars, killed two women who were travelling together.

Devastatingly in the hours that followed a teenage driver was killed in a crash amid the wet conditions.

An 18-year-old was also left fighting for his life on Friday night after the car he was travelling in smashed into a wall in a West Yorkshire village.

The Sun understands the horrendous weather conditions were a factor in the horror smash.

The collision involved a white Seat Ibiza which ploughed with a wall on Brow Lane at Shelf, near Halifax.

Cops on Friday confirmed two people had fallen victim to Storm Babet.

West Mercia Police said a man in his 60s had died in the storm.

He was found two hours after getting caught in fast-flowing flood water and being dragged under in Cleobury Mortimer, Shropshire.

Onlookers frantically called cops at around 10.40am on Friday before the tragic discovery was made.

He was the third person to die after John Gillan, 56, was travelling in his vehicle when a tree struck it in Angus, Scotland.

A 57-year-old woman also died on Thursday after being swept into a river in the region.

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On Saturday, an elderly man and woman died when their car plunged off a 30ft bridge.

Police have not confirmed whether the tragedy was weather related.

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