BBCBBC weather forecast: THUNDERSTORMS threaten travel mayhem as torrential rain batters UK
Further thunderstorms risk disrupting commuters travel and are likely to cause more flooding in some parts of the country, BBC Breakfast’s Matt Taylor revealed.
Matt said: “Those thundery showers will get going once again and for most of you that have avoided them so far in the northern half of the UK there’s a greater chance one or two may come your way.
“The day starts of grey, gloomy, misty and there’s some hill fog around to hammer the morning commute.”
“We will start to see shower clouds pop up through the day, especially as temperatures rise into the afternoon,” he added.
Yesterday storms resulted in spectacular lightning strikes across Britain and caused a lot of localised flooding.
This morning the Met Office’s amber warning for torrential thunderstorms in south west England and south Wales remain in force.
Wales will bare the brunt of the bad weather, elsewhere largely dry, but there will be plenty of mist and fog in the coast and around the highlands.
There will also be some sunshine this afternoon, however, showers are to be expected, especially in Scotland, Northern Ireland, north west England and northern Wales.
Almost one inch of rain could fall in an hour in some places and when a few more inches drop over several hours it may cause flooding.
Temperatures will remain in the