Hampshire is about to be lashed by “torrential downpours” throughout 12 hours of thunderstorms.
The Met Workplace has issued a yellow weather warning for rain for the south east from 12noon on Monday (July 12) till 23.59pm.
It has warned of doable flooding and journey disruption, together with troublesome driving situations.
The alert covers Hampshire together with Surrey, London, Sussex, Hampshire and components of Essex and Hertfordshire.
The climate warning, issued at 10.30am on Sunday, mentioned: “Heavy rain might trigger journey disruption and flooding in some locations.
“There’s a small likelihood that houses and companies may very well be flooded, inflicting harm to some buildings.
“There’s a small likelihood of quick flowing or deep floodwater inflicting hazard to life. The place flooding happens, there’s a slight likelihood of delays or cancellations to coach and bus companies.”
Forecasters say that spray and floor flooding from the downpours might result in troublesome driving situations and a few street closures.
The Met Workplace mentioned: “Gradual-moving, heavy showers, with some thunderstorms, are more likely to get away throughout Monday afternoon. This will result in torrential downpours in some locations with 20 to 30 mm of rain in an hour and maybe in extra of 60 mm in some spots in two or three hours.”
It mentioned there’s additionally an opportunity of “extra persistent heavy rain” growing over components of southeast England through the afternoon or night and persisting into early Tuesday.
The forecast added: “Have been this to happen there’s a likelihood of 60 to 90 mm rain falling in just a few spots.”
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