Flooding possibly leading to some transport disruption over parts of Wales is likely on Monday afternoon and evening.

The Met Office has issued a Yellow Weather Alert until 7pm this evening (Monday).

A spokesperson for the office warns: "Heavy and slow moving showers have formed over southwest England and south Wales. These are generating some large rainfall totals with 15-20 mm in an hour and 30 mm in 2 to 3 hours.

"The showers should start moving more quickly later this afternoon but some impacts may persist into the busy travel period."

Another Yellow Met Office Warning is in place from Midnight on Wednesday, June 12, to noon, on Thursday, June 13.

The Met Office warns: "Spells of heavy and persistent rain have the potential to bring flooding and disruption to transport in places."

Heavy rain is expected to affect the Powys throughout Wednesday, only slowly easing during Thursday morning. Around 20 to 40 mm of rain could widely fall, with 50 to 80 mm possible over high ground and as much as 100 mm in a few locations.