Some areas in the UK are at risk of flooding and lightning strikes
The stage outside Buckingham Palace for the Grand Platinum Celebration in London, England. (Photo: Sky News)
Orange weather warning Thunder has been in place for much of the south of England until 10am on 4/6, with the risk of flood, lightning strikehail or strong winds, which can cause damage to homes.
A second extreme weather warning for heavy rain, hail and lightning across South, Central England and Wales in the evening could still be in place, but the Met Office said. , they will review the situation on the morning of June 4.
Met Office meteorologist Steven Keates said those staying in London after Queen Elizabeth’s Platinum Celebration face an “increasing risk” of being hit by rain.
Meanwhile, Scotland will see a sunny day with a maximum temperature of 23°C in the western highlands of this country and dry conditions continue until June 5.
June 5 is expected to remain wet across southern and central England and Wales, with rain moving northward during the day. After the rain zone moves, southern England will be sunny.
On June 4, England will see warm temperatures around 19°C and sunny in Northern Ireland, with cloudy skies in the south. On June 5, skies will be more cloudy with a chance of rain in southern areas.
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