More heavy rain is expected for the Vale with a possible risk of thunder and hail as storm Debi continues to batter the country.

Don’t pack away the umbrella and raincoat yet as more heavy rain is expected across the Vale with coastal gales easing overnight.

After Storm Debi battered the country with gale-force winds and heavy rain this morning, the rain isn’t easing up just yet.

The Met Office has forecast more heavy rain for Barry and Penarth and is expected to last until Friday and into the weekend.

Natural Resources Wales has issued two flood warnings for the River Cadoxton and River Thaw following heavy downpours.

The wet and windy weather is expected to last for four days as temperatures at set to stay at 14 degrees.

The Met Office’s long forecast from today, Monday, November 13 until Friday, November 17 shows more rain and possible hail with winds easing overnight, with the odd shower throughout Wednesday with strong winds becoming lighter overnight.

But the unsettled weather is set to continue from Saturday, November 18 until Monday, November 27 with outbreaks of rain and strong winds spreading across the country.

The end of November will have rain and strong winds at times, with conditions becoming drier and more settled.

Temperatures are likely to drop between 14 degrees and 11 degrees.