Bournemouth is expected to see heavy, persistent rain from the early hours of tomorrow morning.
The Met Office has issued a yellow “be aware” weather warning for the South of England with downpours expected to last from 3am until 3 in the afternoon.
Some localised flooding is likely in areas with saturated grounds and the Met office have also said there is a possibility of tough driving conditions and disruptions to public transport.
According to the Chief Forecaster’s assessment, 20mm of rain is expected fairly widely across the area with up to 40mm possible in some spots.
Some places will however miss the worst of the rain.
Northern England, the Midlands and the South West are also at risk of flooding today and tomorrow.
After the wettest December on record, the Environment Agency has warned areas already hit with record river levels could expect more rain to come.
Yellow Alert of Rain for South West England : Bath and North East Somerset, Bournemouth, Bristol, Devon, Dorse… https://t.co/shlKiihJCR
— Met Office warnings (@metofficeSWEng) January 25, 2016
Update: Brittany Ferries have cancelled their services between Poole and Cherbourg due to tomorrow’s expected bad weather.
The Cherbourg to Poole service this evening, has been cancelled, along with the Poole to Cherbourg sailing on Wednesday morning.
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