A recent climate warning has been issued for Hampshire forecasting heavy rain and storms to as soon as once more hit the county.
The Met Workplace has issued a yellow weather warning for thunderstorms on Saturday (July 3), lasting from 6am right through to 11.59pm that evening.
It’s the newest in a string of moist climate forecasts across the county not too long ago, which has seen a number of Met Office warnings issued.
Forecasters are warning that heavy rain and thunderstorms might carry disruption and a few flooding, however the warning covers a big chunk of England so it’s unclear the place can be worst affected.
The knowledge reads: “An space of heavy rain and a few thunderstorms is anticipated to develop on Saturday morning over southern England after which transfer northeastwards earlier than clearing into the North Sea Saturday afternoon.
“Many locations will see a brief interval of heavy rain while some might even see a extra extended interval of rain together with some intense bursts, with lightning and hail.
“Below the heavier rain some websites might see 30-40mm rain falling in a couple of hours. As soon as this clears, additional heavy showers are anticipated to interrupt out.
“These can be extra hit-and-miss with many websites staying dry following early rain, however the place they do happen, there’s a probability of 30-35mm rain falling in an hour, once more accompanied by lightning and hail.”
Nevertheless, gentle rain is forecast in most locations all through Saturday, though that’s in fact all the time topic to alter.
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