The warning, in place from tomorrow between 10am and 10pm, covers a large swathe of the south west, but stretching as far east as Brighton in West Sussex. It says there is a “slight chance” of power cuts to homes and businesses,
Simon Partridge from the Met Office said that there would be a risk of showers in Northern Ireland and Scotland as well as southern England. However, Mr Partridge added that there would be “sunny spells” which would be “quite pleasant.” He said:
The UK could face a wet start to next week just days before Brits welcome a “special extended bank holiday weekend” to mark the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee. Britons will be able to mark the 96-year-old monarch’s 70-years on the throne between Thursday
Snow and hail showers are expected to bring icy surfaces and potential travel chaos as the bitter chill makes its way down the UK. The Met Office extended its yellow ice warning on Thursday. A spell of unsettled weather is on the
BBC weather: Temperatures to cool down in the next week For the remainder of the weekend, the UK will continue to enjoy clear skies and sunny weather, with temperatures near 20C, but conditions will turn for the worse in the week ahead.