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UK weather forecast tomorrow – Terrifying blood rain threat continues ahead of miserable ‘showery & blustery’ weekend


BRITAIN endured a pre-weekend washout as temperatures only hit highs of 16C today – as the South East is forecast to be wet the entire weekend.

Conditions will be sunny for most of England and Wales tomorrow with highs of 21C in the South East, but there will be pockets of rain in northern England, Scotland and Northern Ireland.

Sunday is looking even warmer for the South East with temperatures of 23C expected amid sunny spells, although much of the rest of the UK will see rainfall – especially in the Midlands and North of England.

The met office has also forecast blood orange rain to fall in parts of the country as downpours, lightning, strong winds and hail continue.

According to the Met Office, “blood rain” occurs when relatively high concentrations of red colored dust or particles get mixed with rain, giving it a red appearance as it falls.

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  • Washing machine weather as storm clouds swirl over the British Isles

    The jet stream is pushing up warm weather, causing clashing storms next week.

    The UK could see some very heavy rain and rumbling storms by Wednesday.

    Fierce lightening could strike across the British Isles at any time next week, once again.

    This sparky snap was captured over Stone Henge in Wiltshire on 18 May.

    Credit: Nick Bull / pictureexclusive.com
  • Uncertain temperatures cause tornados in the UK?

    Weather experts warn climate changes and volatility could cause tornados.

    The fluctuating temperatures and pressure systems could spell for disaster as tornados are more common in volatile weather.

    It is very unlikely that the UK will see huge twisters that the USA gets but could see smaller scale tornados.

  • Brits brave the sea to cool off as weather hots up in Cornwall yesterday

    The soaring temperatures make the ocean look so inviting and people take a dip in the cool water.

    Beachgoers were snapped on Saturday 21 May in Cornwall enjoying the stunning weather today.

    Local woman takes a dip in the sea, after waking up early for a morning swim at St Mawes, Cornwall.

    She didn’t wear a wetsuit, and braved the cool lapping waves.

    Credit: Alamy
  • Manc’s were so unimpressed with the rotten weather yesterday

    City goers were caught in the heavy showers whilst out and about in the town.

    Manchester residents looked glum as the rain hammered it down.

    Many were caught out by the rubbish weather, as it pounded the streets.

    Pedestrians were caught out without umbrellas or hoods, so made shelter with coats over their heads. One shopper donned a stylish Superdrug bag to protect her tresses.

    Credit: Ryan Jenkinson / Story Picture Agency
  • Jet stream to drag gale force winds in its wake

    This weekend’s lush summer weather won’t last for as long as storms return, with a vengeance.

    Chilly, rainy and stormy. Not what Brits had in mind this summer.

    Next weeks storm warning has been issued once again, and Brits should brace for crashing thunder and lightening.

  • Molten sunrise over Kent on yesterday morning

    Gorgeous snaps were taken as the sun rose Saturday morning.

    Brits saw highs of 20C today, as temperatures gradually climb.

    The lingering clouds reflected the rich red of the sun, illuminating the gray sky.

    Today is expected to be even warmer, with highs of 22C.

    Credit: Rex
  • In pictures: Brits enjoy morning sunshine at Weymouth beach

    While Friday was a distinctly rainy day, Saturday morning has been warm with sunny spells in much of the country.

    As always, Brits have jumped at the chance to experience the nice weather, heading to their nearest parks and beaches.

    As we head into the end of the month, temperatures are set to rise once more, with the Queen’s Jubilee weekend likely to be very warm.

  • UV levels were high in the south today

    Despite it being somewhat cloudy, the south is set to experience relatively high UV levels today.

    With UV coming in at 6 across much of the south, it is advised that Brits take care to apply sun cream when they can.

    Further north, UV levels will fall to between 4 or 5, but the Met Office still suggests protection should be used.

  • Highs of 21 degrees as Brits experience a mild and pleasant Saturday earlier today

    Following a week that saw scorching heat and thunderstorms, this Saturday is set to be warm and dry in the south.

    With temperatures reaching as high as 21 degrees, it will be a nice enough day across the country.

    Speaking on Saturday’s weather, the Met Office said: “If you’re looking for the warmest conditions through Saturday then head to southern and eastern areas, where sunny spells will allow for a pleasant day.

    “Feeling cooler for northwest Scotland and Northern Ireland under more widespread cloud and outbreaks of rain”

  • Jet stream threatens to unsettle the weather

    Brits saw a late start to spring, and April was exceptionally dry.

    Looks like the wet weather has hit later on, as the jet stream throws this year’s May off kilter.

    Low pressure systems are being thrown towards the UK.

  • Scorcher Sunday: Highs of 24C in mini heatwave

    London could see hot weather on Sunday 21 May, says Met Office.

    Scotland will most likely see highs of 18C, with plenty of sunny spells.

    Sunday will be dry for most, and dry.

  • Prepare for blustery weather to kick off on Monday

    Things you can do to weather proof your house during ravaging storms.

    Make sure you secure down garden furniture including trampolines. Furniture could be picked up by the wind and hurled at windows and fences.

    Keep cars covered if possible, avoid parking under trees.

    Limit power use during stormy weather, keep lights turned off and be careful of using your landline phone.

  • Washing machine weather as storm clouds swirl over the British Isles

    The jet stream is pushing up warm weather, causing clashing storms next week.

    The UK could see some very heavy rain and rumbling storms by Wednesday.

    Fierce lightening could strike across the British Isles at any time next week, once again.

    This sparky snap was captured over Stone Henge in Wiltshire on 18 May.

    Pictured is a lightning storm behind Stonehenge in Wiltshire
    Pictured is a lightning storm behind Stonehenge in WiltshireCredit: Nick Bull / pictureexclusive.com
  • Uncertain temperatures cause tornados in the UK?

    Weather experts warn climate changes and volatility could cause tornados.

    The fluctuating temperatures and pressure systems could spell for disaster as tornados are more common in volatile weather.

    It is very unlikely that the UK will see huge twisters that the USA gets but could see smaller scale tornados.

  • Met Office predicts dry and sunny weather following HOWLING storms

    Brits brace for another surge of stormy weather, but there MIGHT me light at the end of the tunnel.

    Despite this weekend’s scorching temperatures, Brits aren’t out of the woods yet.

    Storms are said to hit next week, but not all is lost as the Met Office predict dry, calmer weather from Wednesday onwards.

  • Manc’s were so unimpressed with the rotten weather

    City goers were caught in the heavy showers whilst out and about in the town.

    Manchester residents looked glum as the rain hammered it down.

    Many were caught out by the rubbish weather, as it pounded the streets.

    Pedestrians were caught out without umbrellas or hoods, so made shelter with coats over their heads. One shopper donned a stylish Superdrug bag to protect her tresses.

    Shoppers battle against the rain in Manchester City Center earlier today as the unsettled weather continues across the country
    Shoppers battle against the rain in Manchester City Center earlier today as the unsettled weather continues across the countryCredit: Ryan Jenkinson / Story Picture Agency
  • Jet stream to drag gale force winds in its wake

    This weekend’s lush summer weather won’t last for as long as storms return, with a vengeance.

    Chilly, rainy and stormy. Not what Brits had in mind this summer.

    Next weeks storm warning has been issued once again, and Brits should brace for crashing thunder and lightening.

  • HOTTING UP! Make the most of the warm weather on Sunday

    The warm weather won’t last so enjoy it while it is here.

    Sunday is supposed to be a warm one, with highs of 24C in some regions.

    The temperature will be around 22C in London, with lows of 18C.

  • Would you look at that! Lulworth Cove’s stunning scenes

    This idyllic picture was taken of the beautiful Lulworth Cove, as the sun set on Saturday morning (21 May).

    The beach was captured looking so tranquil in the early hours, as the sun climbed higher in the sky.

    Dorset’s Jurassic Coast is known for its picturesque coastlines.

    Will you take a trip to Dorset this year?

    The sunrise over Lulworth Cove on the Jurassic Coast in Dorest
    The sunrise over Lulworth Cove on the Jurassic Coast in DorestCredit: BNPS
  • Outlook for the beginning of next week: Moody Monday to Sunny Saturday

    Another turbulent week of weather for Brits next week.

    Monday is expected to be a bit chilly with highs of 17C and lows of 15C.

    There could be isolated showers scattering across the British Isles on Monday through Tuesday morning.

    The weather should be warm just in time for the weekend.

  • Temperatures drop as glorious short lived heatwave comes to an end

    The weather can’t make its mind up! Brits will see scorching weather disappear once again as chilly temperatures and rain returns.

    Brits made the most of the glorious weather this weekend, ahead of the chilly temperatures next week.

    Monday is expected to be a complete wash out as the UK lashed with icy rain.

    Tuesday and Wednesday will likely also be cold, with highs of 17C.

  • Love Island’s Liberty Poole’s skin cancer scare

    Lib gave up sunbathing AND sunbeds after a terrifying scare.

    The beautiful blondie from Birmingham appeared on Love Island last year, and spent a few weeks basking in the Mallorca sun.

    But she soon after the show discovered a suspicious looking mole which will now be removed.

    She said sunbeds and sunbathing is NOT worth the risk, and will be sticking to fake tan products to achieve a summer glow.

    Lovely Liberty will be very cautious of UV light from now on
    Lovely Liberty will be very cautious of UV light from now onCredit: Splash
  • Molten sunrise over Kent on Saturday morning

    Gorgeous snaps were taken as the sun rose this morning.

    Brits saw highs of 20C today, as temperatures gradually climb.

    The lingering clouds reflected the rich red of the sun, illuminating the gray sky.

    Sunday is expected to be even warmer, with highs of 22C.

    A volcanic sunrise and dawn above the River Thames near the Kent town of Gravesend
    A volcanic sunrise and dawn above the River Thames near the Kent town of GravesendCredit: Rex
  • VENOMOUS spiders crawling across the UK

    False Widows and Atypical Tarantulas among others are growing in numbers across the nation due to warming temperatures.

    The False Widow spider is a critter with a nasty bite that has been seen as a surge in spider population. While the spider is related to the deadly Black Widow spider, its bite is said to be no worse than a bee sting.

    It is so revered because, much like a bee sting, humans can be allergic to the venom.

    However the most unusual spider to find in the UK is the Purse Web Spider, or the Atypical Tarantula.

    Despite its huge fangs and prehistoric appearance, this spider is incredibly rare, and is relatively timid. They love sandy commons and dry environments.

  • Brits brave the sea to cool off as weather hots up in Cornwall

    The soaring temperatures make the ocean look so inviting and people take a dip in the cool water.

    Beachgoers were snapped on Saturday 21 May in Cornwall enjoying the stunning weather today.

    Local woman takes a dip in the sea, after waking up early for a morning swim at St Mawes, Cornwall.

    She didn’t wear a wetsuit, and braved the cool lapping waves.

    Woman prepares herself for early morning wild swim at St Mawes, Cornwall
    Woman prepares herself for early morning wild swim at St Mawes, CornwallCredit: Alamy

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