A WEATHER warning has been put in place across areas in the south, including Reading and Bracknell, as heavy rain is likely to lead to disruptions.

The Met Office issued the Yellow Warning for tomorrow (October 21), warning towns that bus and train services are likely to be affected, with journey times taking longer.

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Spray and flooding on roads could also add to journey times, and flooding to some homes and businesses is possible.

Tomorrow is set to be cloudy and wet through the morning in Reading and Bracknell.

It is also forecast to be windy with possible coastal gales in the east.

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It will be drier during the afternoon, with winds easing though remaining mostly cloudy.

The maximum temperature in the Berkshire towns will be 15 °C.