Heavy rain is expected to bring some disruption tomorrow after a yellow weather warning was issued.

The Met Office released its latest warning which includes large parts of west Dorset and will be in place from 11am on Thursday, 15 February until midnight.

Bus and train services are likely to be affected with journey times taking longer, and spray and flooding on roads could also increase journey times.

A spokesperson for the Met Office said: "Further rain, on already saturated ground, is expected to move north and east to affect parts of southwest England and south Wales on Thursday morning and will become persistent and heavy at times. 15 to 20 mm of rain is expected to fall widely with 30 to 40 mm likely over higher ground.

"The rain will start to die out from the west after dark.

The Met Office advise people check road conditions if driving, or to check bus and train timetables, amending travel plans if necessary.

It also says to be prepared for weather warnings to change quickly, and recommends staying up to date with the weather forecast in your area.