Alex Deakin presents a 2013 weather forecast from New Broadcasting House.
It is the news Londoners didn’t want to hear but were likely anticipating due to the bad weather in the town.
Britons face a wet and miserable start to the week as four 500-mile-wide Atlantic puffs provide “June monsoon”
It is unlikely any part of the UK will escape torrential flooding at any time this week, as four 500mph Atlantic buffers will be affected.
There will be rain in some parts of southern England, possibly heavy near the coast, with a lasting downpour feeling chilly, underpinned by the fresh breeze.
Temperatures could soar as high as 28 degrees in the South East and London on July 6, during a six-day ‘heatwave’.