BRITS face travel chaos today and tomorrow as a double whammy of flooding and train strikes hit.
The Met Office has issued yellow weather warnings for rain in two areas from 2pm today.
The first covers central and western parts of Scotland, stretching from as far north as Inverness to just north of Glasgow.
While the second spreads over parts of South West Scotland and North West England.
England’s Environment Agency has warnings in place from Tuesday afternoon stretching into Wednesday.
It says parts of North West England could be affected, along with areas of the West Midlands.
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Local flooding is also possible but not expected for the Moors in South West England later on Tuesday and on Wednesday.
The grim weather forecast comes as more train strikes go underway this week in the long-running row over pay, job cuts and conditions.
Brits have been urged not to travel on the ThamesLink service unless absolutely necessary during the strike days on January 3, 4, 5 6 and 7.
Members of the RMT and Aslef unions plan to stage the mass walk out.
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Eastern parts of the UK will see a chilly, misty start to the day although rain will quickly spread East along with strong winds and milder conditions.
The Scottish hills are expected to see some snowfall.
As the day wears on heavier rain will also spread eastwards.
Overnight most parts will see mild conditions with rain and drizzle, some heavy, across western high ground.
Wednesday morning will see intermittent showers for most areas, particularly for Wales, northern England, Northern Ireland, and Scotland, though it will be a drier, mostly cloudy afternoon.
There will be some sunny spells for the rest of England, and it will be dry for most of the day with a fresh westerly wind.
Thursday will be a cloudy day with a band of rain starting off in the south in the morning, moving towards northern parts by the afternoon and becoming heavy.
Brits will have a dry spell to the north in the morning, spreading to the south in the afternoon.
Friday will be mostly cloudy with a few showers and some sunny spells.
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