A yellow weather warning has been issued for London and for areas in the South East of England, which includes Buckinghamshire.

Over the last few days, certain parts of the county and beyond have been disrupted with heavy rain, which has impacted the roads, as traffic jams were caused and potholes were hidden due to the sudden downfall.

And on September 14, the Met Office has confirmed that the rain is expected to continue throughout the day.

In their statement, the Met Office said: “An area of rain, heavy in places, is expected to move northeastwards across parts of southern and eastern England, with thunder in a few places.

“15-25 mm of rain is likely quite widely with some spots seeing around 40 mm in a few hours.

“The rain should ease later in the day [September 14], before mostly clearing after dusk.

Due to the heavy rain, the Met Office have asked the residents of Bucks and beyond to expect the following:

•Spray and flooding on roads probably making journey times longer, with a small chance of road closures.

•Bus and train services may be affected with journey times taking longer.

•Flooding of a few homes and businesses is possible.

The areas that will impacted by the heavy rain in the country are as follows:

East Midlands










East of England



•Central Bedfordshire









London & South East England

•Bracknell Forest

•Brighton and Hove


•East Sussex

•Greater London


•Isle of Wight



Milton Keynes







•West Berkshire

•West Sussex

•Windsor and Maidenhead


South West England

•Bournemouth Christchurch and Poole



West Midlands



•West Midlands Conurbation

Yorkshire & Humber

•East Riding of Yorkshire

•Kingston upon Hull

•North East Lincolnshire

•North Lincolnshire

•North Yorkshire

•South Yorkshire

•West Yorkshire