Prepare for one of the wettest days of the year so far , as the Met Office warn of "tricky rush hour" conditions on Wednesday May 17, with heavy rain forecast to hit England and Wales.
According to the forecasters, the rainfall radar shows two weeks worth of rain in the space of just a few hours on Wednesday.
Spokesman for the Met Office, Nicola Maxey, told getwestlondon : "It is going to be wet, we've got a weather front crossing which is bringing some heavy, slow moving rain.
"Within that band of rain there's going to be some sharper downfalls of heavy rain with some thunder that could certainly influence perhaps rush hour tomorrow evening for London and the south east."
She continued to warn: "It could have an impact on driving conditions."
The Met Office forecast rain in London from tonight, May 16, saying: "Rain, already possibly across some western areas this evening, will gradually move eastwards overnight while becoming heavy, although some south eastern areas are likely to remain dry."
Wednesday will be very warm, with highs of 24°C expected, the forecast says: "Rain, often heavy, already across western areas will gradually edge eastwards, reaching Kent late afternoon or early evening.
"Ahead of the rain dry and bright, becoming locally very warm."
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