Dry with sunny spells to start. Warm with hazy sunshine this afternoonRead the full story ›
Fine this evening, then dry overnight with mist likely in places. Sunny spells tomorrow morning with hazy sunshine in the afternoonRead the full story ›
The grass pollen risk will rise to very high during warm, sunny weather. Weed pollen will also be airborneRead the full story ›
Sunny spells and sharp showers this afternoon but feeling pleasantly warmRead the full story ›
Mostly dry with sunny spells throughout the day. Some isolated thundery showers are possible in Kent this morning and feeling fresherRead the full story ›
Sunshine to end the day then dry tonight. Tomorrow will be mostly dry and feeling fresher with the risk of a heavy shower in the afternoonRead the full story ›
The grass pollen risk will be very high during warm, sunny weather. Weed pollen will also be airborneRead the full story ›
Officers in Poole are appealing for witnesses and anyone with information to come forward after reports of a man threatening members of the public with a knife – with one man being arrested.
Dorset Police was called to the incident in Sterte Avenue in the Holes Bay area at 6.49am this morning.
Officers, including armed police, attended and searched the area. The NPAS helicopter also assisted in the search.
Nobody was injured during the incident.
A 29-year-old man, of an unknown address, has been arrested relation to this incident and is helping officers with their enquiries.
“I would like to thank members of the public for their assistance during the search. Even though a man has been arrested, I would urge any witnesses to the incident who have not yet spoken with police to come forward and contact us.”
Cars were seen floating down the street in the early hours of this morning as the south coast was battered by violent storms just days after the UK was cooked by sunshine on the hottest day of the year.
Exhausted firefighters worked all through the night to help people out of their homes as torrential rain and lightning storms led to major flooding.
Crews from Dorset Fire and Rescue Service were called to a number of flooded properties in the middle of the night in Bournemouth.
A spokesman for Dorset Fire and Rescue Service said: "Crews have been out all over the county dealing with flooding after the storm, some crews travelling 40 miles from their home stations. We handled over 120 calls in the space of two hours with just four operators to hand."
Resident Melvin Lockey was walking home in West Howe, Bournemouth, in the storm at 1am when he witnessed the chaos.
The 32-year-old said: "I was walking down the street when all of a sudden I saw a car floating past me in the water. The streets in the area were just like rivers, the storm was so bad."
The flash floods erupted just three days after the UK faced one of the hottest days on record, with temperatures reaching highs of up to 36.7C. Ends