The Met Office has issued yellow weather warnings for yesterday and today for the city and the surrounding areas.
A warning for strong winds came into force at midnight and remains in force until 6pm.
Flood warnings were issued by the Environment Agency for across the Portsmouth area yesterday.
Red ‘flooding is expected’ alerts were in place for Fareham, Langstone and Emsworth.
Yesterday flooding was seen in Wallington in Fareham as well as Titchfield and Langstone.
A video filmed by Tony Groom showed flooding in the beer garden of the Still and West in Bath Square in Old Portsmouth yesterday.
Eastern Road was also flooded during the storm yesterday.
On its website the Met Office warns: ‘Strong winds continuing to cause potential disruption to travel.’
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Hour-by-hour forecast for Portsmouth
How strong will the winds get in Portsmouth?
Here is the latest forecast for the city by the Met Office:
10am - sunny - 8C - gusts of 35mph
11am - sunny - 8C - gusts of 34mph
Noon - sunny - 8C - gusts of 32mph
1pm - sunny intervals - 8C - gusts of 29mph
2pm - sunny intervals - 8C - gusts of 29mph
3pm - sunny intervals - 7C - gusts of 28mph
4pm - partly cloudy - 7C - gusts of 27mph
5pm - clear - 7C - gusts of 26mph
6pm - clear - 6C - gusts of 30mph
Latest from the Met Office
What does the weather warning say?
A yellow weather warning remains in place until 6pm.
On the Met Office website it says: ‘Strong winds continuing to cause potential disruption to travel.
‘Some delays to road, rail, air and ferry transport are likely.
‘Probably some bus and train services affected, with some journeys taking longer.
‘Delays for high-sided vehicles on exposed routes and bridges likely.
‘Some short term loss of power and other services is possible.
‘It’s likely that some coastal routes, sea fronts and coastal communities will be affected by spray and/or large waves.’
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