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Britons are braced for frosty run-up to Christmas with temperatures set to plummet to 4C this weekend - as nine flood warnings remain in place after a fortnight's rain fell in just 24 hours.
November's dismal wet weather will finally change with torrential downpours making way for drier, colder conditions across Great Britain - with the big freeze expected to begin by the weekend.
Drier - Spell - Month - Worth - Rain
The drier spell will be welcomed after more than half a month's worth of rain pummelled the parish of Wattisham near Stowmarket in Suffolk in the 24 hours to 6am on Wednesday, the Met Office said.
The Met Office currently has one weather warning in place for Friday, which covers the whole of the Midlands and the east Anglia regions.
Morning - Commute - Friday - Morning - Slippery
Those heading out for the morning commute on Friday morning have been warned to be wary of slippery ice, as some patches could be formed on untreated roads.
Whitchurch in Cardiff recorded the second highest level of rainfall, with 1.2 inches of rain falling in 24 hours, although this represented around one fifth of the average November deluge for the area. Craibstone in Aberdeenshire received 1 inch of rainfall, while Kent saw just under that.
Thursday - Transition - Day - Spell - Pressure
Thursday is expected to be a transition day as the spell of low pressure leaves the UK before a new high comes in.
Rain is expected to clear southwards across Wales and the Midlands tonight and with this surface temperatures will drop well below freezing.
Areas that are due to be affected...
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