UK weather: A look at the forecast for the week ahead
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Its unpredictable movements will affect the weather in the UK this week, giving a “week of two halves” with both heavy downpours and hotter temperatures. Tonight and tomorrow, most of the country will be battered with torrential rain and 60mph winds. But from Thursday Britain could be basking in warmer weather, with potential highs of 21C.
Netweather forecaster Jo Farrow said: “Blustery showers for some today (Monday), a low pressure for Tuesday with wind and rain particularly for eastern England into Wednesday.
“Then watching out for the heavy rain from ex-Sam over NW parts of the UK later this week but fine, warm and settled away to the south of that front.”
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Graph shows high pressure in Southern England
Met Office Meteorologist, Aidan McGivern says that the high pressure, when it arrives later this week, will hang around. He says there is high confidence that the pressure will persist and shares a graph for Southern England to show that.
Incoming Indian summer
The ex-storm will pull warm air in from the Continent, forcing high temperatures over the UK.
Ex-BBC and Met Office forecaster John Hammond said: ‘There will be talk of an Indian summer if Sam shoves warm southerly winds and a marked upturn in temperatures our way.’
Yellow warning of rain issued across the country
Heavy rain is likely to cause disruption this evening and overnight. The public are being warned to expect:
– A few homes and businesses flooded
– Bus and train services affected with journey times taking longer
– Spray and flooding on roads will make journey times longer
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