ANOTHER weather warning has been issued for Mid Wales which could lead to flooding and travel disruption, the Met Office has announced.

The Met Office has issued a yellow warning for thunderstorms from Sunday afternoon running through to Monday night.

The forecaster has said between 3pm on Sunday, June 23 and 11pm on Monday, June 24, thunderstorms may develop bringing torrential rain and lightning, with possible flooding and disruption to travel.

The news follows a week of torrential rain and flooding that battered Mid Wales on June 11 and 12 when a weather warning was also in place.

Motorists and commuters should expect delays and are being advised to check the weather before making their journey.

Deputy Chief Meteorologist at the Met Office, Laura Ellam, said: “High pressure will bring a brief spell of warmer, drier and sunnier weather this weekend. However, as low pressure re-establishes later on Sunday, we’re going to see a return to the heavy rain and thunderstorms we’ve seen so far this June. Rather than the recent cooler conditions, it’s going to feel much warmer and humid.”

“Whilst it will feel warmer for everyone in the UK next week, parts of southern and eastern England will see the hottest weather with temperatures here into the high 20s Celsius, possibly exceeding 30 Celsius at the peak of the heat by Wednesday or Thursday.”

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