Another spell of heavy rain has been forecast for Dorset which could see flooding and travel disruptions across the county.

A yellow weather warning has been issued for the whole of the county, as well as Hampshire and much of Wales.

As much as 30mm of rain could be expected across the county between 9pm on Friday, November 17 and 3pm on Saturday, November 18, according to the Met Office.

The Met Office said that spray and flooding could lead to difficult driving conditions and some road closures.

Delays or cancellations to train and bus services are possible, whilst flooding of ‘a few homes and businesses’ is likely.

A Met Office spokesperson said: “Another area of rain will cross the UK starting from Friday evening, before it clears to the east during Saturday. Some of that rain, especially in southwestern parts of the UK, is likely to be heavy at times, and follows many weeks of above-average rainfall in this area.

“The associated weather system should clear to the east during Saturday afternoon, with more showery conditions following. 10 to 15mm is expected widely in the warning area, with a few places near southern coasts and over high ground seeing 20 to 30mm,” they added.

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