London is bracing for thunderstorms as the Met Office forecasts rain for 10 consecutive days

After this month’s shocking heatwave, the good weather is set to end as London is expected to see 10 consecutive days of rain, with thunderstorms also expected on Sunday (September 17). Last week’s hot weather broke records for the warmest day in September, with temperatures rising above 30C.

But the hot weather now looks set to disappear for good, with BBC meteorologists predicting rain throughout next week – and lots of it, albeit with sunny spells. While today, Thursday 14 September through Saturday 16 September, still looks beautiful, with sunshine and temperatures around 25°C, the weather is set to change from Sunday.

Thunderstorms are expected on Sunday, September 17, with rain possible throughout the day. The forecast for next week looks very bleak, with rain continuing for 10 consecutive days until things dry up on Wednesday 27 September. The BBC Weather Service suggests temperatures will remain at around 20C throughout next week, with moderate breezes.

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The BBC forecast for Saturday 16 September until Monday 18 September says: “Saturday will be a good, warm day for most people. There will be plenty of sunny spells with a few areas of cloud developing in the afternoon. Sunday will start off sunny again.” , but clouds will develop in the afternoon, with heavy rain and thunderstorms spreading north and east in the late afternoon and evening. On Monday, more rain, possibly thunderstorms, will occur.

Despite the continuing threat of rain, the sun is expected to shine between rain showers on Sunday and Monday, as well as Tuesday and Thursday next week. However, Wednesday 20th, Friday 22nd, Saturday 23rd and Sunday 24th September will all look wet and cloudy with no sun at all.

However, the Met Office’s weather forecast is a little more optimistic, although it only gives us the weather forecast for the next six days. The Met Office is currently forecasting rain for just one day next week – Monday 18 September.

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