RESIDENTS are warned to pack an umbrella if they are heading out of the house tomorrow after Worcestershire received a yellow weather warning.

The Met Office has warned of heavy rainfall tomorrow between 12am and 3pm for parts of Worcestershire.

Around ten to fifteen millimetres of rainfall will likely fall in three hours across Malvern and Ledbury tomorrow (Friday). 

Some areas may receive as much as 30mm.

A spokesperson for the Met Office said: "A band of rain, heavy at times, is expected to move north and east on Friday.

"Ten to fifteen millimetres of rainfall is likely widely, with perhaps 30 mm in a few locations.

"With much of the rain falling in three hours, some travel disruption is probable. Some snow is also likely to affect some higher routes and communities for a brief time."

Despite Worcester not receiving the warning, the city can expect heavy rainfall between 5am and 9am tomorrow. 

Worcester is also expected to see showers throughout the day.