Hour-by-hour weather forecast as Storm Kyle brings heavy rain to Portsmouth

PORTSMOUTH residents are waking up to downpours this morning – but how long will it last?

Wednesday, 19th August 2020, 7:42 am
Updated Wednesday, 19th August 2020, 9:13 am

The remnants of Tropical Storm Kyle has brought rain to replace the sunshine seen in the city for most of yesterday.

Earlier in the week Met Office forecaster Alex Deakin said that by Wednesday ‘it is set to get unusually windy for the time of year’.

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Storm Kyle has brought rainy weather to Portsmouth this morning

The Met Office said: ‘Low pressure systems will continue to dominate the weather this week so further rain is coming, but we will also see things turning windier and eventually we will lose the humid air and it will turn fresher.’

So what can Portsmouth residents expect from the weather today?

Here’s what the hour-by-hour forecast says:

Wednesday

8am – heavy rain – 19C

9am – heavy rain – 19C

10am – heavy rain – 19C

11am – heavy rain – 19C

Noon – heavy rain – 19C

1pm – heavy rain – 19C

2pm – heavy rain – 19C

3pm – light showers – 19C

4pm – overcast – 20C

5pm – cloudy – 20C

6pm – cloudy – 20C

7pm – cloudy – 20C

8pm – sunny intervals – 20C

9pm – light showers – 20C

10pm – light showers – 20C

11pm – light showers – 20C

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