02:31PM, Wednesday 14 September 2016
Heavy showers look set to arrive this week after the Met Office issued weather warnings for thundery rain in the south-east.
The first yellow alert is valid from 2pm tomorrow (Thursday) until 11.50pm on the same day, and says slow-moving, thundery showers may lead to torrential downpours across the area, including Slough and Windsor and Maidenhead.
It advises the public to be aware of the risk of localised flash flooding.
A second warning, valid from 12.10am until 7pm on Friday, says rain heading in from the west may turn heavy and thundery in some areas.
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