'We have already seen this impact on the roads and we could see more flooding as the rain flows down from the mountains.
While the weather is fine this evening and milder than average it is, quite literally, the calm before the storm.
Around 30,000 households have been left without power in Ireland, as Storm Callum lashes towards the UK.
The rain combined with 70mph that hit the Republic of Ireland, Northern Ireland and the west coast of Britain also caused flights to be grounded yesterday and this could continue to be a problem.
Western Power Distribution, an electricity distribution network operator for the Midlands, south Wales and southwest England, reported that more than 950 homes were without power in southwest England, with a further 100 homes in south Wales.
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Most areas will start off the day with some intense bursts of rain, especially in the south west of England and Wales. The storm is set to give "further severe and locally damaging wind gusts" to the northwest of the country Friday, with gradually moderate winds elsewhere. However, services into Dublin City centre are unaffected.
"Despite clearance efforts by the Council, the high winds will increase the amount of falling leaves and block drains very quickly, exacerbating flooding" he warned.
Despite the outbreaks of rain in some parts of the country, temperatures are sweltering for the season.
Windsor, the scene of Friday's royal wedding, was expected to escape the worst of the storm.
Coral make it 2-1 this month is the dampest in United Kingdom history as the fierce storm prepares to batter the nation this weekend and beyond.
"Natural Resources Wales has issued flood alerts for the Pembrokeshire coast due to a low pressure system bringing tidal surges, strong winds and large waves on top of high astronomical tide period" he continued.