Today is going to be another wet day (Image: PA)
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Britain is braced for another wet and windy day as the Met Office issued a yellow warning for rain.
It follows days of unsettled weather, with strong winds and heavy showers around the country.
Forecasters have warned the end of the month will continue to follow a similar pattern, with more rain and winds expected.
A Met Office forecaster said: "It's going to be a wet and windy end to the weekend, with more rain to come on Sunday.
"Perhaps there will be a few brighter spells but also some thundery showers."
Strong winds will hit Britain today
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On Sunday morning, showers could hit Britain, including a heavy band of rain across south-eastern England.
The forecaster said: "It will create some tricky travelling conditions, there will be a lot of water around on the road."
Elsewhere, there will be some brighter spells but rain will then spread to other parts of the country too.
Some of the showers could be thundery, particularly across Wales, South West and southern England, the Met Office said.
A yellow warning for rain is in force for southern England
The meteorologist added: "It is also going to be windy on Sunday afternoon, particularly across the English Channels, so southern coast could see gales for a time."
Lighter winds are expected in the North of England and Scotland.
The Met Office has issued a yellow warning for rain in the south of England on Sunday.
A woman braves torrential rain in central London
It reads: "A spell of heavy rain is expected on Sunday morning and may result in some flooding of roads and a few propertis."
While the warning is in place, spray and flooding on roads are expected and they could probably make journey times longer.
Flooding of a few homes and businesses is likely, the Met Office said.
Waves hit the harbour wall on in Portreath, Cornwall
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Bus and train services could be affected too, with journeys taking longer than usual.
In case of a flood, it is important to be ready and react quickly.
The Environment Agency have some guidelines to help those who live in a flood risk area deal with any emergency.
They include using a postcode checker to evaluate your risk and looking out for flood warnings.
Heavy showers could pose a risk of flooding
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Residents are also encouraged to prepare a bag that includes medicines and insurance documents in case they need to leave their house.
In case of immediate danger, the Environment Agency urges people to call 999.
Temperatures remain mild during this period and slightly above average for this time of the year.
Next week is also going to be unsettled, with more winds and rain to come, the Met Office said.
UK 5 day weather forecast
Blustery showers and rain moving northeast across the country, some persistent rain for Northern Ireland and southeast England. Best shelter in east England after early rain. Winds easing across Scotland but staying windy elsewhere, particularly the south with coastal gales.
Outbreaks of rain for many areas, particularly northern England and east Scotland at first, but becoming confined to northwest Scotland overnight. A colder night than recently.
A dry start for many though rain and showers persisting in the far north. Staying windy but mild. Further rain arriving in the west during the afternoon and evening.
Outlook for Tuesday to Thursday
Heavy rain in the northwest on Tuesday. Mostly dry, bright and very mild elsewhere. Turning more unsettled and colder from Wednesday with a spell of rain followed by blustery showers.