The British newspaper “The Sun” reported that the sun’s rays and a rise of 20 degrees Celsius helped dry up the capital today after Tower Bridge and Tube stations were flooded after heavy rains.
Temperatures in the south of the country are expected to rise by 20 degrees Celsius today after being affected by the rains, the newspaper said.
The Met Office said the weather would be dry and sunny in the coming days, but unfortunately, scattered showers are expected in some western and northern areas.
Floods in some parts of the UK have caused power outages and traffic delays.
Videos of the iconic London sign were shown underwater as the weather caused travel chaos – buses and cars struggling to cross the flood.
The capital, London, was expected to be hit hardest by morning rain, with a drop of nearly three inches, the Meteorological Bureau warned.
The North Ring Road and County Line in the London Underground were also damaged by heavy rain.
But despite the dark weather, the temperature will rise to 22 degrees Celsius on Thursday.
This bad weather wave comes just weeks after the whole of London was flooded – homes flooded in an hour after a month of rain.
Warnings were issued as rivers rose due to heavy rains and houses were closed – the London Fire Brigade received more than 1,000 calls regarding flooding.
The British raised the same issue again after warning that 70 millimeters of rain was expected in the “extreme”.
The Met Office has warned of up to 40 mm of rain in some areas.
“However, in a few places with a probability of 50 to 70 mm there is a small chance that this rain will be particularly heavy, and in places where it will occur there will be more significant disturbances,” the Meteorological Center said.
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