Strong winds caused widespread disruption overnight as they tore through Britain causing part of a house to collapse.Read the full story ›
Last-minute Christmas shoppers have also been warned to watch out for icy pavements as the cold snap continues.Read the full story ›
Londoners told to expect gale force winds and disruption to transport as the storm hits the UKRead the full story ›
The storm pulled up air and dust up from southern Europe and Africa.Read the full story ›
The Met Office has announced its storm names for 2017/18 with their usual zeal.Read the full story ›
Temperatures soared above 34C as the UK saw its hottest June day since 1976, the Met Office has said.
Heathrow in west London had recorded temperatures of 34.5C by 4pm, the highest for June since the 35.6C recorded in Southampton on June 28 1976.
The 40-year high - which is the hottest summer solstice on record - has been recorded as parts of Britain swelter in the fifth consecutive day with temperatures above 30C.
The Met Office has issued a heatwave alert with the capital expected to endure some extreme heat.Read the full story ›
Temperatures are expected to climb above 30C in London and the South East, some 10C above the usual average for this time of year.Read the full story ›
The South East has been basking in sunshine and clear skies for the last few days but it won't last.Read the full story ›