A collection of climate warnings have been issued with the UK set to be battered by heavy rain and thunderstorms over the approaching days.
The remnants of Hurricane Humberto started shifting over the nation on Saturday evening, placing an finish to days of sunshine and heat temperatures.
The Met Office has issued warnings for rain on Sunday and Tuesday, with the chance of downpours and thunderstorms throughout swathes of Britain.
On Sunday as much as 70mm of rain might fall in some locations, with a warning in place into the night for all of japanese England, Wales and Northern Eire.
Met Workplace meteorologist Becky Mitchell advised the Customary: “Beginning with as we speak there might be spells of rain throughout a lot of the nation.
“A yellow rain warning is in place throughout a big a part of the nation till 7pm with a threat of localised flooding.
“The state of affairs is pretty unsettled subsequent week with heavy showers. There’s a related forecast is analogous throughout the entire nation.
“Monday begins off dry with sunny spells however later within the afternoon it’ll cloud over with a band of heavy rain shifting in.”
On Tuesday, a climate warning is in place throughout southern England.
“It’s a day of solar and showers, temperatures might attain 20C, however there’s a threat of thunderstorms as nicely,” Ms Mitchell stated.
“There’s one other yellow warning out for a part of Wales, south east England and throughout to south west England, together with London.
“It is going to be a moist day with a threat of localised flooding.”