A yellow weather warning has been issued for Wednesday, as thunderstorms, heavy rain and strong winds may cause disruption across England and Wales.
The Met Office issued the warning from 4am on Wednesday morning until midday, and says it is likely to cause disruptions in the morning.
Grahame Madge, a Met Office spokesman, said: “Early morning travel to school and work is likely to be disrupted for some within the warning area.”
The warning area stretches across Wales, southern and western England with cities such as Portsmouth, Birmingham and Liverpool likely to be affected. Currently, London and south eastern areas are not included in the warning area.
Chances of heavy rain are likely, which could lead to flash flooding in the area and residents are advised to be cautious when travelling and outside