The Met Office have issued a Yellow warning of rain.

Valid 1400 Jan 12, 2015 – 0900 Jan 13, 2015


A spell of persistent, and at times heavy rain is expected to develop across the far south and southeast of England on Monday afternoon, this then lasting into Tuesday morning, before clearing away to the southeast.

The public should be aware of the risk of disruption to travel from standing water or localised flooding.

An active cold front is expected to come southeast across England through Monday before stalling across the far south and southeast. Rainfall here is likely to become persistent and at times heavy, leading to 15-20 mm widely in the warning area, with as much as 30 mm locally. This may lead to flooding either from standing water or fast responding streams and rivers.