Britons still travelling to work in the lockdown are facing rush-hour chaos on the roads this morning as thunderstorms and heavy downpours hit large parts of England and Wales. Parts of both southern and northern England are facing heavy showers for the second consecutive day. But it is those living in the east of England, the Midlands and large areas of Wales that are set to face the worst of the downpours this morning. The Met Office has put a yellow weather warning in place across large parts of central and northern England, as well as part of Wales, warning of flooding on the roads, power cuts and disruption to public transport. A separate thunderstorm yellow warning is in place for London, southern England and parts of south Wales, warning of a ‘small chance’ of damage to homes and businesses, travel disruption and flooding on the roads. But it’s not all doom and gloom. The sunny weather which has brightened the coronavirus lockdown for many is set to return next week, with bright skies and sun on Monday and Tuesday and temperatures set to rise as high as 80F in London by Wednesday and 85F in the south east. This… Read full this story
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