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Voters in London will have to brave floods and torrential downpours to cast their ballots in the EU referendum today.
Heavy rain and grey skies have marred the astronomical beginning of summer.
London is on flood alert with another few days of heavy rain and stormy weather forecast.
Londoners endured flash flooding and lightning strikes as thunderstorms raged over the capital Tuesday afternoon, bringing a short spell of beautiful weather to an abrupt end.
London is likely to bask in the sunshine and see 19 or 20 degree temperatures over the next few days, before wet and windy weather strikes on bank holiday Monday.
Forecasters are predicting Londoners will be basking in high temperatures this summer due to high pressure weather events. Yay!
Forecasters have predicted “heavy and thundery rain” for the weekend as the sun continues to avoid London.
After a sensationally hot and sunny weekend, London will enjoy another day of rays before heavy and thundery rain sets in from Tuesday.
Sunday will be the hottest day of the year in London this year - with temperatures reaching 26C.
Although Londoners might catch a glimpse of sunshine on Saturday, rain and strong winds are set to blight Sunday and bank holiday Monday in the capital.
At least three planes are thought to have been struck as lightning forked through the skies over the capital.
Snow flakes drifted down over many parts of the capital this Tuesday lunchtime, causing equal amounts of delight and fury among Londoners.
An Arctic blast is set to hit London and the rest of the UK - making it feel much colder than usual for this time of year.
This weekend could see runners tackle the London Marathon in snow for the first ever in the event’s 35-year-history.
We thought Spring had finally arrived as the sun shone down this week, but today the Met Office released a severe weather warning for London as the capital is set to be hit by heavy rain and maybe even thunderstorms.
London could be hotter than Spain this weekend, with the Met Office predicting highs of 18C on Sunday.
Gatwick flights were cancelled and an amber weather warning issued for London on Easter Monday as Storm Katie battered the capital with high winds and rain.
A Yellow weather warning has been issued by the Met Office for London this Easter bank holiday weekend.
Last weekend’s sunny weather will continue to smile on us this week, but by Easter weekend it will get cooler and we are set to see a bit of rain, forecasters said today.
Things are hotting up, with temperatures expected to reach 10C tomorrow (Thursday) and possibly 13C at the weekend.
Spring in London is still a good way off as temperatures drop to zero again this week.
Freezing conditions are expected to last well into Tuesday in London as snow, ice and sub-zero temperatures sweep the country.
Watch the terrifying moment a pilot was forced to abandon landing at London City Airport because of Storm Imogen’s blasts.
While Londoners should avoid the worst of Storm Gertrude’s blasts, rain and gale force gusts are predicted for the capital and wider southeast early next week.
London and the South East should be prepared for the possibility of flooding as the remnants of the killer blizzard that battered America heads for the UK.
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