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South of England will be hit by downpours as thousands queue make their final farewells to the Queen


Mourners in London may need to take a brolly with them when they queue for several hours through the streets of the capital to pay their respects to the Queen this week – with downpours expected tonight and temperatures set to tumble as Britain’s scorching summer finally gives way to autumn. 

The Met Office said large parts of the South of England should be braced for ‘heavy bursts of rain’ throughout the evening and possibly into tomorrow, as tens of thousands of Britons prepare to make their final farewell to Her Majesty as she lies in state at the Palace of Westminster from tomorrow for four days until her state funeral at Westminster Abbey on Monday, September 19.

But the forecast has raised hopes of more rainbows like those seen over Buckingham Palace on Thursday, when the Queen died at Balmoral aged 96.

And though forecasts about the weather conditions for Monday’s funeral are still being drawn up, the Met Office has indicated that ‘patchy cloud with some interludes of sunshine…



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