This is part of our continuous coverage of the on-going duel between the UK Met Office and Piers Corbyn on the accuracy of their weather forecasts during the Olympics.London has seen its warmest week of the year leading up to the start of the Olympics, but is the warm weather here to stay or will the Olympics be a complete washout?The UK Met Office promises dry and shiny weather all through the Olympics while we have Piers Corbyn, astrophysicist and owner of Weather Action who predicts a damp and rainy
Rain, maybe hail forecast for Olympics spectators
LONDON – Bad weather news for the Olympics: Rain, cooler weather and even hail may be returning to London.
U.K. weather forecaster the Met Office says there will be heavy thunder showers across central and east London on Sunday afternoon, with hailstones also a possibility.The forecaster predicts that the thunder and showers will clear later Sunday, and that Monday will be mostly dry.More rainclouds, however, are forecast for Tuesday through Thursday. Temperatures, too, will drop this week, hovering at or below 20C (68F).London has enjoyed bright and warm weather of up to 30C in the week leading up to the Olympics, after enduring weeks of rain.
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