After a showery start to the day, parts of Northern Ireland, western Scotland and south-west England will see drier conditions.Read the full story ›
The showers will be slow-moving, heavy and thundery at times, particularly in central and eastern areas.Read the full story ›
The heavy showers will ease off this weekend.Read the full story ›
Hefty showers and longer, slow moving downpours into this evening and again on Saturday - some lively with thunder.Read the full story ›
Showers and downpours will sweep in from the Atlantic to affect most of the west and north - some slow moving, intense enough for thunder.Read the full story ›
It'll be a day of sunshine and showers across the UK today. The showers are likely to be heavy and thundery at times, particularly in the north and west. There will be some heavy, slow-moving and thundery downpours over parts of Scotland and Northern Ireland.
Meanwhile, much of the south and south-east of England will be mostly dry and bright, with warm sunny spells. Top temperatures of 22 Celsius (72 F).
A lively end to the day to the top and tail end of the country.Read the full story ›
Southern Railway services through Clapham Junction have been severely affected by flooding caused by torrential downpours overnight.
One rail passenger described the scene as a "mass of bodies", left confused after services disappeared from information boards.
Another said: "The trains which did arrive didn't match the ones on the displays so it was difficult to even plan alternative routes.
"It was difficult to even enter the station because an entrance had been closed due to flooding."
The services through Clapham Junction have been disrupted for weeks because of industrial action and staff shortages.
Flooding and signalling problems have led to major travel disruption on rail services across south-east England.
South West Trains services to and from London Waterloo were cancelled or delayed by up to an hour. Due to overcrowding queuing systems are also in place at several stations.
#DisruptionSWT Owing to overcrowding at several stations, queuing systems are in place. Please listen to instructions from station staff.
The travel chaos caused by the flooding has also been compounded by signalling problems at Surbiton.
Heavy and thundery downpours are expected across the south-east today which could lead to flooding in some places.
This won't affect all area but there is the risk of some locally torrential downpours with the added hazard of lightning and hail.
Elsewhere it will be largely dry with warm sunny spells and light winds with a scattering of showers across Northern Ireland and the north-west of Scotland.