THE coronavirus pandemic has already transformed the way we travel – and now another major change has been introduced.
Sweltering temperatures and thunderstorms are set to continue after causing major disruption in parts of the UK this week, but just how likely is thunder and lightning to hit your south London borough?
South West London and North East Surrey are braced for torrential rain and thunderstorms today (Wednesday, August 12) as temperatures continue to hit 30 degrees in the region.
The Met Office has updated its severe weather warnings for thunderstorms.
AIR pollution in South London has risen to high levels due to the UK heatwave.
The reopening of roads through Richmond Park to cars prompted a furious online backlash on Tuesday (August 11), despite assurances from park management about their implementing of “car free” zones inside the park.
THUNDERSTORMS are heading for the south east this week as the Met Office has set a yellow weather warning.
An off-duty police officer has warned parents about the dangers of the river, after rescuing two children from drowning in the Thames.
A video showing deer in Bushy Park surrounded by litter has sparked outrage online and prompted further action from the park authorities.
Richmond Council has slammed thieves who have stolen the borough’s mobile air quality monitoring unit from the A316 and are appealing for its urgent return.