Fresh storm fears for Monday

The Met Office has issued a severe weather warning for Monday as stormy weather looks to return.

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Hampshire and West Sussex rivers at risk of flooding

As more rain is predicted for tomorrow, there is concern that saturated ground and already full rivers such as the River Thames in Purley, a risk of further flooding is in place.

With the threat of high winds, more homes could be cut as homes in Haywards Heath found themselves without power due to a fallen tree this week.

Juliette Fletcher has been to visit those living near the areas at risk of flooding.

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Two flood warning remains on River Thames

Burst river bank at Purley in Berkshire Credit: ITV Meridian

Two flood warnings remain in place in the south ahead of more stormy weather this evening. The Environment Agency say flooding is expected at the River Thames at Purley village in Berkshire and the River Thames from Shiplake to Bolney Court near Henley.

The Met Office predict that heavy rain and gale-force winds up to 70mph will hit southern England this evening and into tomorrow morning.

Rain and winds set to return tomorrow

A list from the Environment Agency detailing areas with a low risk of flooding Credit: Evironment Agency

The Met Office has issued another severe weather warning for tomorrow after the region has just recovered from the turbulent conditions earlier this week.

They predict that gale-force winds up to 70mph will hit southern England and will disrupt transport across the region.

Heavy rain is expected in the morning, with further wind and rain arriving on Tuesday.

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