Today's post is a bit last minute because it's 11.00pm and I've only just got connected to the internet after a connection fault with my ISP.
Anyway, it's raining heavily outside so this could be a good time to talk about one of the things that happens when plants that are growing outdoors get a soaking.
The answer is, if they have ripe fruit on them, the ripe tomatoes will probably split or in other words ... burst out of their skins!
Some varieties are prone to their skins splitting if over-watered or they get a heavy shower of rain, Sungold being an example. It is usually the juicier toms that split but the varieties that are more fleshy like Roma will probably be alright with a sudden deluge of water.