What a photo by @robertolarosaphotography!!
It sure has been a weird week for weather, but before this one's over, we are going to get one more oddity to top it off. Now this will involve you staying out late tomorrow night, outside, in the cold, but what you might see doesn't happen very often. The Orionid meteor shower will be visible (assuming Storm Brian doesn't cover us in cloud) tomorrow night from 9.30 onwards and the later it gets, the more likely we will see it. With the amount of light pollution London gives off, you'll need to go somewhere where it's a bit darker to have a chance of seeing it, so a park, a heath or better yet, out of London. If we are lucky, we might see up to 20 meteors an hour. This whole event occurs when earth moves through thousands of pieces of space rock, these rocks are fragments of Halley's Comet and as these fragments enter the Earth's atmosphere and burn up they become light and visible. Happy Weekend guys! #thelondonstories