Scots to be hit by SLEET from tomorrow as forecasters warn miserable July set to continue

Scots will be hit by sleet from tomorrow as forecasters warn July will remain miserable.

Summer got off to a great start, with the hottest June on record.

As the poor July weather continues, the Scots must expect sleet and more heavy rain in the coming days


As the poor July weather continues, the Scots must expect sleet and more heavy rain in the coming daysCredit: Paul Mealey

But heavy rain and thunderstorms have taken a backseat this month and the forecast shows little sign of conditions calming down.

The BBC Weather Service said areas like Glasgow could experience sleet tomorrow, but it’s not expected to matter much.

A weather warning for heavy rain – up to 70mm – is in effect from 4pm today until 6am tomorrow morning.

Stephen Dixon of the Met Office said: “We are in for a cyclone episode with rain and thunder for the rest of the week.”

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“There might be a break on Thursday, but that just means the rain showers won’t be as heavy.”

“A bit of sleet shouldn’t cause any problems. The greatest danger will come from heavy rain and hail.”

This comes after a weekend in which TRNSMT fans were warned of heavy rain and thunderstorms as thousands descended on Glasgow Green for the festival.

The three-day extravaganza featured notable artists such as Pulp, George Ezra and Niall Horan.

However, music fans were told that they would be hit with heavy rain showers, thunder and lightning.

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Edmuns DeMars

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