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Weather for the next five days - RM1

Today

Partly Cloudy

Max temp
8°C
Min temp
9°C
Wind
ENE
Speed
7

Tomorrow

Overcast

Max temp
10°C
Min temp
8°C
Wind
ESE
Speed
4

Thursday

Sunshine and Showers

Max temp
13°C
Min temp
8°C
Wind
SW
Speed
9

Friday

Rain

Max temp
11°C
Min temp
9°C
Wind
E
Speed
4

Saturday

Sunny

Max temp
14°C
Min temp
9°C
Wind
S
Speed
7

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Friday, August 8, 2014

A tropical storm that has been battering the Caribbean has a 60 per cent chance of hitting the south of England, the Met Office has warned.

A fallen tree in Dollis Hill Lane hits a parked car (Pic credit: Twitter@radicalradish)

A clear-up operation is underway in Brent today to repair the damage across the borough caused by St Jude’s storm yesterday.

Uprooted tree in Willesden (Pic credit: Twitter@MikeReed30)

Around 70 trees have been damaged in Brent by St Jude’s storm which left a trail of destruction and travel chaos across the city today.

Fallen Rowen tree near Kensal Green train station (Pic credit: Twitter@NW10KTRA)

Beleagured commuters in Kensal Green making their way to the train station were forced to make a detour by a fallen tree this morning.

This Mercedes has been crushed by a fallen tree in St Paul's Avenue in Willesden

Passersby in a Willesden street had a lucky escape but two cars didn’t when a tree was felled during the storm this morning.

Milenka Szewczyk, 5, of Swallow Drive, Neasden, enjoys the snow

Times readers send in their wintery pictures

The snow settled in Palmers Green earlier today. Picture: TinyLittleFreak/Twitter

London has been hit by a dusting of snow this morning, with flurries forecast to last most of the day.

A flood warning has been issued in the Alperton and Tokyngton wards in Brent  
Picture credit: Julien Behal at Press Association

Alperton and Tokyngton wards have been put on alert following heavy rainfall

Brothers Jamahl and Makkai Palmer show of their talents in Harlesden

Scores of snowmen and women have been popping up in Brent as excited children make the most of the white stuff.

More snow due in Brent tonight

Monday, December 20, 2010
Kilburn High Road in the snow. Brothers Arun and Ajith Raj, aged 15 and 14, make a big snowman outside the College of North West London College.

Up to 10 cm of snow forecast for overnight

Children at Harlesden get their revenge for all the homework they have benn set by snowballing their teacher Tim Gallagher

Pupils get stuck into a snowball fight as the Met Office warn up to 20 cm of snow could fall in Brent on Saturday

Snow his Brent as experts forecast up to 20cm of snow on Saturday

Up to 20 cm of snow expected on Saturday

Brent Council has increased grit stocks in a bid to keep the borough's streets moving this winter

The council leader warns that funding cuts could mean potholes are left unrepaired if snow strikes

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PM speaks out after Lee Rigby report is made public calling one internet firm a ‘safe haven’.

Social network named in media reports as the platform used by extremists and criticised in government report.

The security services were not in a position to stop the attack on Lee Rigby, but an internet firm might have been able to help foil the plot.

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