Portsmouth Weather: Hour by hour forecast as heavy rain batters Hampshire with weather warning in place

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A yellow weather warning is in place for Portsmouth and Hampshire with heavy rain falling throughout the region.

Portsmouth has been hit with persistent downpours as an alert continues to be in place until Friday, February 9 at 6am. The Met Office is warning that bus and train services will likely be affected and car journeys may take longer due to spray and flooding on the roads.

A Met Office spokesperson said: "A couple of bands of rain, heavy in places, will push northwards across southern England and south Wales during Thursday and early on Friday. Whilst a drier interlude is likely for a time during the middle part of Thursday, many places in the warning area will see 15-25 mm of rain accumulate during this period. However, some higher ground areas of southern England and south Wales could see as much as 35-45 mm of rain."

Hampshire is set to be hit by heavy rain on Thursday, February 8 which will last until Friday, February 8.Hampshire is set to be hit by heavy rain on Thursday, February 8 which will last until Friday, February 8.
Hampshire is set to be hit by heavy rain on Thursday, February 8 which will last until Friday, February 8. | MET Office

Hour by hour forecast

9am: 10C with a 95% chance of precipitation

10am: 11C with a 10% chance of precipitation

11am: 12C with a 10% chance of precipitation

12pm: 12C with a 10% chance of precipitation

1pm: 12C with a 5% chance of precipitation

2pm: 12C with a 10% chance of precipitation

3pm: 12C with a 90% chance of precipitation

4pm: 11C with a 90% chance of precipitation

5pm: 11C with a 95% chance of precipitation

6pm: 10C with a 95% chance of precipitation

7pm: 10C with a 90% chance of precipitation

8pm: 10C with a 95% chance of precipitation

9pm: 10C with a 90% chance of precipitation

10pm: 10C with a 80% chance of precipitation

11pm: 10C with a 50% chance of precipitation

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