By a County Press reporter
Monday, June 11, 2012
The Met Office had issued a 'be aware' warning for heavy rain, however that was upgraded at 11.07am today (Monday) to an amber 'be prepared' warning, valid until 11.55pm with 20mm-40mm of rain forecast.
The chief forecaster said: "A shallow depression will remain slow moving near, or over, south east England for much of Monday.
"This will continue to bring heavy rainfall in many places with totals of 20mm to 40mm quite widely and possibly exceeding 80mm at a few locations with amber warning area for the whole event.
"The more persistent rain may ease from the south east during the day, although spells could allow scattered thunderstorms to develop in similar areas, most likely south of London, and potentially lead to rapid renewed onset of surface water flooding.
"There remains uncertainty about the exact areas that will catch the heaviest rain and further updates may yet be issued."
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by Stuart Robertson
11th June 2012, at 11:41:32
Summer is gonna feel great when it gets here !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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