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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.
London is braced for snow, sleet and sub-zero temperatures for the next two weeks, with bad weather expected to envelop large parts of the UK.
London could be set for snow in the next two weeks as temperatures drop to a bitterly cold minus 3 degrees.
London could experience one of the hottest Christmas Days on record this December 25th.
A government environment agency has warned Londoners could experience unusually high levels of pollution on Thursday as a Saharan dust cloud wafts over the capital.
London is set for heavy rain throughout today and later in the week, with some parts of the country on flood alert.
Snow has been forecast in London this weekend as temperatures plummet, with gale force winds and icy showers set to hit the capital.
The Met Office has warned that Londoners could be in for a blustery weekend.
The fog drifting over London has forced flight cancellations for the third day and both Heathrow and Gatwick are struggling to cope with the backlog.
British Airways are advising passengers from London airports to check with their airline for updates as a raft of flights are cancelled due to fog.
If you’re wondering what the odds of snow on Christmas Day are this year in London, we’ll be keeping this article updated with the bookies’ latest predictions.
Flood warnings are in place after London was drenched by rain this morning and experts say the ‘wet and windy’ weather is set to stay for the rest of the week.
Londoners should prepare for icy winds and driving rain this weekend because temperatures are predicted to plunge to six degrees as ‘the first storm of autumn’ threatens to strike.
The last winds of Hurricane Joaquin - which has been devastating parts of the USA - are expected to hit the UK this weekend, bringing thunder, rain and cold temperatures.
Areas of London lining the River Thames from Putney to Teddington could be hit by floods this week, the Environment Agency (EA) has warned.
London stargazers witnessed a blood red “supermoon” in the skies above the city for the first time in 30 years.
September is set to stay soggy as the remnants of tropical storm Henri hit the south-east coast.
An Indian Summer is coming to London this week, set to bring temperatures of 21 degrees after a chilly start to September and one of the coldest summers in 30 years.
Heavy rain will continue to batter Britain, but London is set for a warm and sunny bank holiday weekend.
After a steamy weekend, it seems the heatwave is over as the Met Office issues a yellow weather warning for London and says flooding could disrupt travel.
London is set for temperatures of 30C tomorrow which could create a ‘Spanish Plume’ as hot and humid air pushes into Europe this weekend.
‘Torrential’ downpours and thunderstorms will darken London’s skies tomorrow and Friday as the ‘average rainfall for the whole of August’ falls in just two miserable days.
Londoners be warned - the stunning weekend weather is set to be replaced by heavy rain between today and Friday.
If you were planning on camping for your summer holiday, think again: The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning that covers not just London but Wales, the west Midlands, the south-east and the south-west, so there’s no escape.
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