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  • 28 Sep 2020, 0: 35
  • Updated: 28 Sep 2020, 0: 35

THE mercury is determined to plummet with -5C freezing fog and flood warnings in keep.

Freezing rain is determined to hit rapidly, in conjunction with chilly winds as we hurtle into a chilly October.

However weather as of late will be largely dry within the UK, if no longer very warm.

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  • Jon Rogers 's avatarJon Rogers

    SUNDAY HIT A HIGH OF 18.8C

    The freshest keep within the UK on Sunday was once Cardiff with a top temperature of 18.8C.

    Exeter saw the most sunshine with 11.2 hours, in accordance with the Met Place of job.

    The coldest temperature was once recorded in Braemar, Scotland, with a freezing -5C.

    Brooms Barn, near Bury St Edmunds, saw 5mm of rainfall.

    Sunday was once but any other cloudy, wet and windy day for some eastern substances

    In diversified locations it was once dry and ravishing with spells of sunshine and lighter winds than of unhurried. pic.twitter.com/Xixs95Aa03

    — Met Place of job (@metoffice) September 27, 2020

  • Jon Rogers 's avatarJon Rogers

    WEATHER TO GO ‚DOWNHILL‘ ON WEDNESDAY

    BBC Climate’s Tomasz Schafernaker has acknowledged the UK’s weather will stagger “downhill” on Wednesday.

    A brand contemporary weather front difficult in will bring a alternate within the wind direction and “that implies grand milder cases will be spreading throughout the UK,” he acknowledged.

    “We can hold misplaced that cool northerly wind and as a replacement safe this Atlantic westerly, so there is milder air, nevertheless with that comes a tag – cloud and rain.

    After an extra lull on Tuesday, “the next low strain front will be racing from the west, pushed by a substantial jet walk.

    “So by about Wednesday onwards the weather is de facto going to head downhill.

    “Across many substances of the UK we are attempting forward to outbreaks of rain and stronger winds.

    “And from Wednesday onwards rather grand all areas are in for an unsettled spell of weather which is able to take us into the next weekend as nicely.”

  • Jon Rogers 's avatarJon Rogers

    CLEAR SKIES IN OCTOBER

    Sure skies in October will give huge views of some upcoming occasions for stargazers.

    As the nights safe less warm because the seasons alternate there will be less humidity which ought to present a clearer photos of the evening sky, in accordance with Accuweather.

    The Red Planet, Mars, wants to be clearly viewed around October 13.

    The Orionid meteor shower ought to seem between October 20-21.

    A Blue Moon wants to be viewed on Halloween, October 31.

  • Jon Rogers 's avatarJon Rogers

    CHILLY START TO MONDAY MORNING

    Monday is anticipated to safe off to a chilly originate, the Met Place of job has acknowledged.

    Rural substances, a long way flung from eastern England and Northern Eire may maybe presumably maybe also glimpse some frost.

    Temperatures may maybe presumably maybe stagger as diminutive as 1C because the contemporary week will get going.

  • Jon Rogers 's avatarJon Rogers

    WET AND WINDY FROM WEDNESDAY

    Conditions within the UK will turn out to be “wet and windy” from Wednesday the Met Place of job has acknowledged.

    Looking out for to the week forward it acknowledged issues will safe off to a “aloof” originate at the starting of the week nevertheless originate to deteriorate by midweek.

    Gales is inclined to be doable within the West on Thursday.

  • Jon Rogers 's avatarJon Rogers

    MONDAY TO BE MOSTLY CLOUDY WITH RAIN

    This will be largely cloudy with the odd keep of residing of rain for a time in East Anglia and south-east England nevertheless this may maybe presumably be fleet-witted for the comfort of England, the Meteogroup has acknowledged.

    This will be cloudy in Northern Eire, Scotland and Wales with patchy rain slowly spreading eastwards.

    This will be fleet-witted later throughout south-east England.

  • Jon Rogers 's avatarJon Rogers

    NORTHERN IRELAND RECORDS LOWEST SEPTEMBER MINIMUM TEMPERATURE

    Northern Eire recorded its lowest September minimum temperature on chronicle last evening.

    Katesbridge recorded a temperature of -3.7C, in accordance with the Met Place of job.

    Northern Eire had it is lowest September minimum temperature on chronicle last evening (-3.7°C at Katesbridge)

    Attain you understand the UK’s lowest September temperature on chronicle? ❄️

    — Met Place of job (@metoffice) September 27, 2020

  • Jon Rogers 's avatarJon Rogers

    WET AND WINDY CONDITIONS EXPECTED TO LAST WEEKS

    The most modern wet and windy cases are which capability of last for just a few weeks, the long-differ weather forecast predicts.

    Netweather also forecasts North-West Scotland may maybe presumably maybe glimpse snow on October 1.

    Temperatures for the arrival week in Scotland may maybe presumably maybe life like around 6C whereas the comfort of the UK will glimpse reasonably warmer temperatures, despite the truth that this may maybe presumably reside chilly, between 7-14C.

  • Lottie Tiplady-Bishop 's avatarLottie Tiplady-Bishop

    MONDAY’S FORECAST

    Here’s the next day to come’s forecast from the Met Place of job:

    “Central and eastern England dry with extra sunshine than on Sunday, feeling warmer.

    “Rain within the west difficult eastwards, turning patchy. Becoming brighter within the northwest with just a few showers.”

  • Lottie Tiplady-Bishop 's avatarLottie Tiplady-Bishop

    4PM: UK TEMPERATURES

  • Lottie Tiplady-Bishop 's avatarLottie Tiplady-Bishop

    FORECAST FOR THIS EVENING & TONIGHT

    Here’s the Met Place of job’s forecast for this evening and tonight:

    “Cloudy and windy throughout eastern England with some light rain or drizzle.

    “Clouding over within the west with rain throughout Northern Eire and western Scotland later.

    “Sure and cool in diversified locations with rural frost and the odd fog patch.”

  • Lottie Tiplady-Bishop 's avatarLottie Tiplady-Bishop

    TENNIS PRO STORMS OFF DUE TO ‘FREEZING CONDITIONS’

    Fuming Victoria Azarenka stormed off court at the French Originate, claiming the freezing cases had been “ridiculous”.

    The offended Belarusian complained about the low temperature and drizzle whereas leading 2-1 within the first keep of her first-round match towards Danka Kovinic from Montenegro.

    Azarenka, 31, moaned: “It’s getting slippery. It has been raining for 15 minutes and we had been taking half in out here. The towels are all wet.

    “You guys are joking, staunch? You guys are joking? Don’t you glimpse what is taking place? What are we doing here?

    “You guys are no longer taking half in, so you would possibly presumably presumably hold got no idea of the cases.”

  • Julia Atherley 's avatarJulia Atherley

    TEMPERATURES REACH 16C AT THE COAST

    About a other folks braved the beach in Dorset as of late as temperatures reached 16C in Lyme Regis around 2pm.

    The Met Place of job acknowledged winds within the South West will ease for the length of the day and despite the truth that this may maybe presumably be chilly, this may maybe presumably feel fulfilling within the sunshine.

  • Julia Atherley 's avatarJulia Atherley

    SUNNY AT THE SEASIDE

    It was once fleet-witted and sunny in Dorset this lunchtime – with sailors making the plenty of the breezy cases.

    Two boats headed out in Lyme Bay, West Dorset to abilities a day’s sailing.

  • Lottie Tiplady-Bishop 's avatarLottie Tiplady-Bishop

    LUNCHTIME TEMPERATURES

  • Lottie Tiplady-Bishop 's avatarLottie Tiplady-Bishop

    £20M SAND-SCAPING PROJECT BLOWN AWAY

    A £20 million sand-scaping mission on the Norfolk hover has been blown away.

    Some 1.8million cubic metres of sand was once pumped onto the beaches in front of the

    The mission was once anticipated to protect the gasoline terminal for approximately 20 years, nevertheless solid northerly gales over the previous few days hold nearly removed the total contemporary sand from the beaches.

  • Lottie Tiplady-Bishop 's avatarLottie Tiplady-Bishop

    FORECAST: NEXT FEW DAYS

  • Lottie Tiplady-Bishop 's avatarLottie Tiplady-Bishop

    ‘BRIEF RESPITE TOMORROW’

    The next day will glimpse a shrimp leisure in relentless wintery weather heading our formula.

    The weather adjustments on Monday, with a transient lull anticipated.

    A brand contemporary weather front difficult in will bring a alternate within the wind direction and “that implies grand milder cases will be spreading throughout the UK,” acknowledged one forecaster.

    “We can hold misplaced that cool northerly wind and as a replacement safe this Atlantic westerly, so there is milder air, nevertheless with that comes a tag – cloud and rain.

    “However temperatures are motivate up to 18C on Monday in London, 17C in Hull, 15C in Newcastle.”

  • Lottie Tiplady-Bishop 's avatarLottie Tiplady-Bishop

    ICY WINDS & FREEZING RAIN

    The UK faces “chilly wind and rain” within the weeks forward.

    A lightweight originate to September will give formula to wet, windy and chilly weather.

    However for as of late, plenty of the UK is determined to conclude dry – if quiet cool.

  • Lottie Tiplady-Bishop 's avatarLottie Tiplady-Bishop

    WEATHER’S ‚GONE DOWNHILL’

    You’re going to hold seen a kick back taking on following September’s mini heatwave.

    Now forecasters order the wearer will “stagger downhill” with extra cool, windy and wet weather to study.

    BBC Climate’s Tomasz Schafernaker acknowledged: “For a range of alternative folks the chilly weather is going to continue…by about Wednesday onwards the weather is de facto going to head downhill.

    “Across many substances of the UK we are attempting forward to outbreaks of rain and stronger winds.

    “And from Wednesday onwards rather grand all areas are in for an unsettled spell of weather which is able to take us into the next weekend as nicely,” acknowledged Mr Schafernaker.

  • Ellie Cambridge 's avatarEllie Cambridge

    CHILLY LIKE SUNDAY MORNING

    The wind is which capability of ease as of late for a range of of Britain, nevertheless the nippiness will reside.

    Temperatures hold dropped critically from the balmy weather we had just a few weeks within the past.

    There may maybe presumably maybe even be some frost later this evening because the country strikes into extra wintry weather.

  • Joseph Gamp 's avatarJoseph Gamp

    NORFOLK: £20M SAND-SCAPING PROJECT BLOWN AWAY BY GALE FORCE WINDS

    A £20million sand-scaping mission on the Norfolk hover has been blown away.

    Some 1.8million cubic metres of sand was once pumped onto the beaches in front of the Bacton gasoline terminal – which imports a Third of all UK gasoline supplies – and the villages of Bacton and Walcott in 2019.

    The mission was once anticipated to protect the gasoline terminal for approximately 20 years, nevertheless solid northerly gales over the previous few days hold nearly removed the total contemporary sand from the beaches.

  • Joseph Gamp 's avatarJoseph Gamp

    TEMPERATURES TO PLUMMET TO -5C ON SUNDAY BEFORE WEATHER ‚GOES DOWNHILL‘ NEXT WEEK

    Brits will awaken to extra chilly weather on Sunday, as biting winds continue and temperatures plummet to -5C, says the Met Place of job.

    Even supposing there’s a transient respite from the cool on Monday, the weather is forecast to “in actuality stagger downhill” on Wednesday, warns a meteorologist.

    The Met Place of job acknowledged: “It’s going to be but any other chilly day to complete the weekend on Sunday, nevertheless there will quiet be fleet-witted skies within the west, and cloudier within the east.

    “Temperautes in Northern Eire is inclined to be as diminutive as -4C and -5C in rural Scotland.”

    Later within the day the sun will seem “hazy”, sooner than but any other chilly evening, the carrier added. It warned that “unsettled weather is on the formula” mid-week.

  • Joseph Gamp 's avatarJoseph Gamp

    PICTURED: LONE RUNNER BRAVES WINDY CONDITIONS IN DYMCHURCH, KENT

  • Joseph Gamp 's avatarJoseph Gamp

    RAILWAY LINE SHUT FOR NEARLY A YEAR BECAUSE IT WAS PART FLOODED TO REOPEN

    A scenic railway line which has been shut for a range of of the yr due to section of it was once flooded is to reopen.

    Sections of the 21-mile Conwy Valley hyperlink between Llandudno Junction and Blaenau Ffestiniog had been washed away twice within the last two years.

    In a £2.2 million plot, designed and constructed by Community Rail, 16,000 a complete lot rocks had been used to protect the road for bigger than a mile between Tal y Cafn and Llanrwst..

    A Community Rail spokesman outlined: “The contemporary rock armour slows down the water to protect it from carrying away the railway embankment and leaving the discover suspended within the air.”

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