BRITS are being battered by downpours tonight after the Met Workplace issued a yellow climate warning for thunderstorms.
The storms might deliver widespread flooding to properties and companies in addition to energy cuts, journey disruption and injury to buildings, the forecaster warns.
The Met Office warning runs from 8pm on Sunday to 4am right now.
It covers London and South East England, South West England, most of Northern Ireland, massive elements of Wales, east of England, Northamptonshire and Warwickshire.
The Met Workplace mentioned heavy showers and thunderstorms had been anticipated throughout South West England on Sunday.
A number of locations may even see 20mm to 30mm of rainfall in lower than an hour, whereas different locations might not see a lot rain in any respect.
Forecasters mentioned frequent lightning, hail and native gusty winds might accompany stronger thunderstorms, significantly throughout south-western elements of England and Wales.
The Met Workplace warned: “Some flooding of some properties and companies is feasible, resulting in some injury to buildings or constructions.”
Brits have additionally been warned of attainable delays to coach providers.
Forecasters say that from September 5 to September 14 thick cloud and heavy, thundery rain or showers will roll by means of many locations throughout Britain.
Temperatures are anticipated to be round common however variable over this era, the Met Workplace mentioned on their web site.
They added: “In the direction of the top of the interval, the rainfall is prone to die out, resulting in many areas changing into a bit drier, though there should still be an opportunity of showers for a lot of locations.”
Bookies are forecasting that this autumn would be the wettest on document.
Ladbrokes slashed its odds from 5/1 to three/1 earlier this week.
Alex Apati of Ladbrokes mentioned: “We had been handled to some scorching temperatures this summer time, however the odds counsel issues are about to get loads wetter throughout the UK, with record-breaking autumn rain doubtlessly on the best way.”