A WEATHER warning has been issued near Malvern as Storm Ciarán's sweeps parts of the UK.

Amber warnings are in place for the entire south coast of England and parts of Pembrokeshire on Thursday (November 2) when Storm Ciaran is due to hit, together with further yellow rain warnings.

The storm has already caused flooding in Northern Ireland, where a yellow rain warning from the Met Office is in place until 9am on Wednesday.

Today's weather warning can be seen majorly affecting the neighbouring county of Herefordshire, and just missing the Malvern Hills area.

Malvern's weather forecast for today is expected to remain largely dry, with highs of 12C, before turning to rain tomorrow.

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For areas affected by the yellow weather warning today, delays or cancellations to train and bus services are possible, as well as flooding and damage to homes and businesses.

The Met Office has also warned that some communities may be cut off by flooded roads, and fast-flowing or deep floodwater is possible.