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 coloured dust or particles get mixed with rain, giving it a red appearance as it falls.
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