By Adam Douty – AccuWeather
Showers will continue through the beginning of the week across the flood-weary United Kingdom. A slow-moving low pressure system will move from Northern Ireland to England into Tuesday.
While the new storm will not pack as large of a punch as Storm Frank, which crossed the region last week, additional rainfall will make any lasting floodwaters slow to recede.
Last week, rainfall from Frank amounted up to 85 mm (3.35 inches) across parts of Scotland, while rainfall amounts averaged between 40 and 65 mm (1.50 and 2.50 inches) across Wales, northern England and Northern Ireland.