The Tornado and Storm Research Organization (TORRO) said isolated tornadoes ‘cannot be ruled out’ in the South West of England until 1am tomorrow. A weather update on the TORRO website said: ‘A fairly strong vertical stack of lows is located in the south west of the Republic of Ireland.
“A short wave trough is moving the ENE and will cover the area this afternoon and evening. Convection is developing ahead of the more general showers, while others may develop during the showers.
“Shear is sufficient for cellular organization and possible rotation, leading to the risk of hail and moderately large wind gusts. Also, one or two tornadoes, especially frontal convection, cannot be ruled out.
it appears in the middle Met Office yellow weather warning for thunderstorms over much of the UK.
Drivers are expected to face dangerous sea spray while lightning and high winds are likely to damage buildings today, Cornwall Live Report.
Homes and businesses could still be flooded and railways could be disrupted. Some short-term power loss is also a risk, forecasters said.
The Bureau of Meteorology said a brief clearing of the northern rains is expected this evening.
But there could be rain, hail and lightning tomorrow through Thursday.
The southwest and northeast will have the heaviest showers tomorrow, but will be hot and windy for many.
flood It could happen today in Nottinghamshire and Staffordshire after heavy rain. The Environment Agency has issued three flood warnings for Lower Pigeon Brooks in Staffordshire, the River Maun in Nottinghamshire and the River Pullen and Tolly Brook.
An Atlantic low pressure front made landfall overnight, bringing thunderstorms to parts of the country.
The Met Office’s previous yellow warning was in effect until 4am today in the South West of England, the West Coast of Wales and Northern Ireland.