A yellow warning for rain, flooding and journey disruption has been put in place by the Met Workplace for areas of Hampshire on Sunday and Monday.
The yellow rain alert runs from 2pm on Sunday (June 27) till 7am on Monday (June 28).
The warning on the Met Office website reads: “Areas of persistent and typically heavy rain could result in localised flooding and journey disruption.”
It added: “Persistent rain, heavy and probably thundery at occasions, will transfer throughout southern and south-western areas of England and elements of south Wales by way of Sunday afternoon, persisting into Monday morning, earlier than easing.
“20-40 mm is more likely to fall fairly extensively throughout the world however just a few locations may see 60-80 mm over this era, together with 15-25 mm inside an hour. Such totals could trigger journey disruption and a few flooding.”
The climate consultants warn of spray and flooding resulting in troublesome driving circumstances, and “maybe some street closures.”
And “the place flooding happens,” there could also be delays or cancellations to coach and bus providers.
There’s a “small likelihood that properties and companies could possibly be flooded, inflicting harm to some buildings” and a “small likelihood of fast-flowing or deep floodwater.”
The climate warning features a stretch of the M3 operating westbound from Winchester all the way down to the M27.