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21 June 2019, 17:18
The MET Office have issued yellow weather warnings that will last from Sunday through to Wednesday
The UK is set for another soaking after The MET Office have issues yellow weather warnings that will last for most of next week.
Monday afternoon is when the first thunderstorms are likely to hit, with more than an inch of rain expected to fall within two to three hours.
Areas impacted by the weather warning include London, South East England, North East England, East of England, East Midlands, South West England, West Midlands, Wales, and Yorkshire.
Meteorologist Alex Deakin warned the next “ten days could be a bit of a rollercoaster, meteorologically speaking.“The meteorological summer has got off to a wet start – a very wet start. There is no getting away from the fact that June has been very soggy so far.
Because of the recent hot temperatures, there's bad news in store this weekend for Hay fever sufferers as this could trigger peak pollen levels.
After recent torrential downpours, the upcoming hot conditions over the next few days are ideal for grass-pollen production and will create a "huge cloud of irritant particles" set to fill the air.