- London weather: Met Office predicts torrential rain and frequent lightning as yellow warning issued
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London weather: Met Office predicts torrential rain and frequent lightning as yellow warning issued
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Thunderstorms could hit east Lancashire , according to the Met Office. The weather experts believe that heavy showers and thunderstorms, beginning at noon and running until They have warned that the weather conditions may cause some flooding and disruption to travel, although some areas will miss them. A Met Office spokesperson said: "Although some places will miss them, heavy showers and thunderstorms will break out in some areas this afternoon. The government authority say there is a small chance that homes and businesses could be flooded quickly, with damage to some buildings from floodwater, lightning strikes, hail or strong winds. They also say spray and sudden flooding could lead to difficult driving conditions and some road closures. Storm clouds forming Image: Paula Slater Get the biggest daily stories by email Subscribe We will use your email address only for the purpose of sending you newsletters.
We've not yet been notified of any yellow weather warnings which is unusual for Edinburgh. Edinburgh is set to be cloudy, with some sunshine and highs of around 18C on Wednesday — with not a Met Office weather warning in sight for now. Forecasters reckon we should be set to enjoy a pretty standard summer day in the Scottish capital. All that's missing is the rain. Expect plenty of cloud in the morning and while there might not be too much sunshine, it should be warm enough with temperatures around 16C or 17C.
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A hour yellow weather warning is in place for parts of the capital. Unless you've been living in an air-conditioned bubble you might have noticed it's been rather warm in London over the past few days. The capital was swelteringly hot over the weekend, which was officially the hottest August bank holiday ever recorded. Temperatures reached a scorching While forecasters have predicted London will see highs of 32C on Tuesday August 27 , a yellow weather warning for thunderstorms and heavy showers has also been issued. The Met Office has advised that while most places will stay dry, heavy showers and thunderstorms could cause some flooding and disruption to travel.
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