Saturday night pushed the rain and heavy showers northwards, bringing some sustained rainfall to parts if northern and western England as well as Wales going into Sunday morning. It’s not clear how far north and west the rainfall will spread.
Temperatures are also unclear on Sunday as the southeast could see some warmth edging in from mainland Europe.
Sunday morning, as the weather fronts move further north, it will be a wet start for most.
There will be sunny spells for northern and western Scotland and Northern Ireland.
However, there will also be a spell of wet weather across southern Scotland and into northern England.
Britain will be battered by a deluge of heavy showers across the country (Image: WXCHARTS)
Temperatures are also unclear on Sunday as the southeast could see some warmth (Image: MET OFFICE)
Central and western England as well as Wales will experience a wet start.
But it could be potentially drier for east Anglia and the southeast.
Met Office Meteorologist Aidan McGivern said: “The wind is coming from the south.
“We could just get a little bit of warmth for a time.
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Central and western England as well as Wales will experience a wet start (Image: MET OFFICE)
“Temperatures perhaps high teens, maybe a touch higher if there are cloud breaks.