The tropical storm which has been battering the Caribbean has a 60% chance of hitting the south of England. The remains of hurricane Bertha will head steadily towards the UK during the next few days.
Forecasters say it will pass over, or close to, the UK from early on Sunday after initially believing the UK was likely to stay out of its path.
While the south of England is most at risk, there is also a 30% chance the storm could pass across the north of France and just miss the UK, or possibly could hit Wales and northern UK.
- The storm is moving away from the western side of the Atlantic, after hitting the Caribbean islands with gusts of more than 90 mph
- Heavy rain is also expected in many parts of England tomorrow, bringing with it a risk of flooding
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