Thundery showers weather warning issued for southern England

Thundery showers weather warning issued for southern England

Thundery showers weather warning issued for southern England

Wrexham is now basking in glorious sunshine and enjoying another spell of summery weather - however that could be set to change looking at a current weather warning for the middle of the week.

The Met Office says it could produce as much as one to two inches (25 to 50 mm) of rain along the path of the system.

The weather warning is valid from between 00:05 on Wednesday July 19 and 20.00 the same day.

The Met Office has issued a yellow 'be aware' warning of heavy rain for South Wales this evening and tonight and for the whole of Wales tomorrow.

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The Chief Forecaster's assessment is: "South-west England looks like it will be first to see scattered thunderstorms, the threat then expanding north-eastwards through the course of the evening".

Many places will miss the thunderstorms, but those affected could see some localised flooding of homes and roads.

Frequent lightning may pose the risk of disruption to power networks on both days across all regions, it added.

This could lead to surface water flooding, particularly across urban areas. In addition, swells of 2.5 to 3.0 metres (8 to 10 feet) are also likely.

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