Tom Tobler, a forecaster with MeteoGroup, the weather division of the Press Association, said:
"Gusts of 50 to 60mph are sweeping across South West England, central England and Wales, which will see the worst of the windy weather.
"The wind will then spread north-westwards throughout the day with other areas seeing gusts of up to 40mph.
"There is potential for it to cause some damage.
"The South East will experience heavy rain this morning, but it will then ease off, with the heaviest rain in the South West, central England and Wales. It will then spread northwards."
As flood waters start to recede forecasters warn the recent deluges could be followed by unseasonable frost and sub-zero temperatures.
Parts of England and Wales are facing fresh floods after heavy rain lashed southern Britain. It follows the wettest April on record.
Parts of England and Wales were braced for more heavy rain and potential flooding after three days of storms left one person dead.