Flood alerts stay in place after heavy rain and thunderstorms hit the county.
The Surroundings Company has urged folks to organize and says “flooding is feasible” as river ranges rise.
Alongside flooding on the M3, there was additionally disruption to bus and rail companies throughout Hampshire.
A yellow weather warning was in place throughout south east England till 6am on Saturday (June 19).
Regardless of the top to the climate warning, the flood alerts stay in place throughout the county.
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Flood alerts have been issued for the next areas in and round Hampshire:
The alerts learn: “Property flooding will not be at present anticipated. Additional rainfall is forecast over the following few hours. We’re intently monitoring the scenario.
“Our incident response workers are working weirs to cut back flood danger. Please stay protected and conscious of your native environment and discuss with the ‘River and Sea ranges in England’ webpage for present river ranges.”
Saturday climate forecast
The forecast for the areas on Saturday reads: “Scattered cloud at first, rapidly thickening and changing into overcast in the course of the morning. Staying dry for a lot of the world in the course of the day, with a band of rain pushing northwards early afternoon. Most temperature 17 °C.
“Cloudy in the course of the night, with some showers transferring northwards throughout the area later. These could also be heavy with a danger of thunder later within the night time. Minimal temperature 13 °C.”