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Five-day weather forecast

Weather for the next five days - RM1

Today

Partly Cloudy

Max temp
12°C
Min temp
9°C
Wind
E
Speed
9

Tomorrow

Sunny

Max temp
12°C
Min temp
5°C
Wind
E
Speed
7

Sunday

Partly Cloudy

Max temp
9°C
Min temp
7°C
Wind
N
Speed
7

Monday

Partly Cloudy

Max temp
9°C
Min temp
2°C
Wind
WNW
Speed
4

Tuesday

Sunny

Max temp
7°C
Min temp
1°C
Wind
WNW
Speed
11

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Monday, November 3, 2014

It could be mistaken for a bird house at first glance, but hidden inside this unassuming white box lies a collection of high-tech instruments.

Police arrived on the scene after the tree fell across Chester Road in Highgate, narrowly missing a driver. Picture: Colin Taylor

A driver narrowly avoided being crushed by a large tree in Highgate this morning as the dregs of Hurricane Gonzalo hit Britain.

The water levels remained low at the men's pond this week. Picture: Polly Hancock

Hampstead was the wettest place in the country as it suffered a record-breaking drenching this week – but the deluge failed to trouble the Heath’s much-discussed dams.

Storm winds caused by the remains of hurricane Bertha have a 60 per cent chance of hitting the south of England this weekend, the Met Office has warned. Picture: PA

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.

After the storm,a large Plane tree comes down in Frognal opposite UCS

Town hall officials have been accused of potentially putting residents in danger by failing to act on warnings that a large tree was set to fall – just days before it collapsed and narrowly missed a row of parked cars.

After the storm,a large Plane tree comes down in Frognal opposite UCS

A large tree suddenly crashed down into the road outside a school after being weakened in the ferocious St Jude’s storm earlier this week.

A fallen tree branch crushed two cars in Lancaster Grove in Belsize Park, including a Mercedes convertible.

Entire streets were blocked and cars flattened by uprooted trees across Hampstead and Highgate in one of the worst storms to hit Britain in more than 25 years.

Hampstead Heath superintendent Simon Lee surveys an uprooted tree in Golders Hill Park. Picture: Nigel Sutton.

Ferocious winds ripped apart up to 100 trees on Hampstead Heath in less than two hours as one of the worst storms in years hit the UK.

Passers-by examine a fallen tree lying across the road due in Shepherd's Hill, Highgate. Picture: PA/Yui Mok.

Residents woke to scenes of destruction on streets across Camden and Haringey this morning as one of the worst storms in years hit London.

Ham&High reporter Imogen Blake and the 24 bus. Picture: Polly Hancock

Ham&High reporter Imogen Blake sets out to see what the Boris buses, dubbed ‘cauldrons on wheels’ feel like for travellers on a day-to-day basis – and to experience the supposedly hellish heat for herself.

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.

The tree was blown down in Crouch Hill during strong winds this week. Picture: Julia H Robinson

A huge tree branch was ripped from its trunk and fell into the road as strong winds battered Crouch End.

Snow shovels Camden. Derek Nesbitt, Chair of the Church Way TRA and Councillor Sue Vincent

CAMDEN’S ‘big society’ style programme to hand out shovels to residents to do their own gritting has been a success, Town Hall officials claimed today.

Hampstead in the snow

COUNCILS across north London may have been struggling to get the capital up and running this weekend and today but many residents took advantage of the wintry conditions to take some time out and have a little fun.

CAMDEN’S gritting operation came to a standstill this weekend when lorries carrying fresh grit were caught up in traffic chaos.

Business almost as usual in snowy Camden

Tuesday, November 30, 2010
Struggling through snow to get to  work & School in Hampstead

SNOW is still coming down across north London this morning threatening an interruption to services across the area.

MORE than 500 shovels have been handed out to the residents of Camden who are poised for the first predicted winter snowfall this weekend.

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