Sun gives way to storms as Easter Sunday weather reverts to type

Boat Race takes place in high winds as Met Office issues yellow warning for south-west England on the back of Storm Katie

After an implausibly mild and sunny start to British summer time on Easter Sunday morning, by the end of the day the more traditional bank holiday gales and torrents were rolling in on the back of Storm Katie, with the possibility of localised thunder and hailstorms.

Katie is the 11th storm since the system of naming them was introduced by the Met Office in November. The arrival date for Storm Lawrence has not yet been determined.

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