A yellow weather warning for heavy rain and strong winds has been issued for Portsmouth.
The Met Office has warned of risks of flooding in homes and business today (November 9) as part of the warning.
The yellow weather warning is in place from 1pm until 11.59pm.
There has also been a flood alert issued for Upper River Wey, by the Environment Agency.
Winds of up to 50mph are set to batter Portsmouth later today and 15-25 mm of rain is expected to fall across the area.
Here's what today's forecast is predicting.
Portsmouth hour by hour forecast
9am – cloudy – 13C – wind gusts of 34mph
10am – heavy rain – 13C – wind gusts of 36mph
11am – light showers – 13C – wind gusts of 26mph
Midday – sunny interval – 13C – wind gusts of 30mph
1pm – sunny interval – 13C – wind gusts of 29mph
2pm – cloudy – 13C – wind gusts of 31mph
3pm – sunny interval – 13C – wind gusts of 33mph
4pm – cloudy – 13C - wind gusts of 37mph
5pm – cloudy – 13C – wind gusts of 42mph
6pm – heavy rain – 13C – wind gusts of 46mph
7pm – heavy rain – 13C – wind gusts of 48mph
8pm – heavy rain – 12C – wind gusts of 52mph
9pm – heavy rain – 12C – wind gusts of 53mph
10pm – heavy rain - 12C – wind gusts of 52mph
11pm – heavy rain – 12C - wind gusts of 47mph
What does the weather warning say?
The Met Office issued the yellow weather warning for the Portsmouth area yesterday (November 8) and warned residents here is what to expect:
- A few homes and businesses flooded
- Spray and flooding on roads will make journey times longer
- Some delays to road, rail, air and ferry transport expected
- Delays for high-sided vehicles on exposed routes and bridges
- Some short term loss of power and other services
- Coastal routes, sea fronts and coastal communities affected by spray and/or large waves