More Storms and Torrential Showers
The heavy and persistent rain which bought another drenching across central and southern England and Wales has now cleared but you probably know the drill by now - heavy showers and thunderstorms will be developing in behind it today.
The most frequent showers and highest storm risk will be across a similar area to the heavy rain yesterday and overnight - so from Wales, across into Central and Southern England and into East Anglia, but this isn't to say other parts will all be 100% dry, it's just the showers won't be quite as frequent or widespread.
As there is a risk of storms forecast for today, we have issued a detailed storm forecast
Tomorrow will see the downpours continuing, and they'll spread west to east as the day wears on, with the threat of more heavy showers and thunderstorms, particularly into the afternoon. By Sunday the showers should be fewer and further in between though so a pretty decent chance of staying dry with some good sunny spells for many areas - which will bring some relief.
Beyond the weekend, Monday sees another day of sunshine and fairly well scattered showers, then into Tuesday and Wednesday the south of the country could well see some warm sunshine but more rain moves into Scotland, Ireland and northern England - some of which will be (you guessed it) heavy..
For more detail on all of this - take a look at the latest weekend forecast from Michael Fish
13th July 2012 09:21 Updated: 13th July 2012 09:21