Thunderstorm weather warning issued by Met Office

Thunderstorms could cause disruption including flooding in Wales, south west England and parts of the West Midlands from Saturday afternoon.

A Met Office weather warning said some locations could see 30mm (1.6in) of rain in two hours, with a “small chance” that repeated showers may lead to up to 50mm (2in) in a “few places”.

“Whilst not all places will see them, slow-moving heavy showers and thunderstorms may lead to some flooding and disruption in places,” it said.

Meanwhile, other areas will continue to enjoy glorious sunshine, with 20C (68F) in Carmarthenshire.

Saturday’s weather warning, which has been put in place between 13:00 BST and 20:00, covers Herefordshire and Shropshire as well as the south west. And in Wales it covers 16 of the country’s 22 council areas, excluding most of north Wales and Pembrokeshire.

Source: BBC

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