The North-South WEATHER divide! South of England is about for wonderful 75F solar at present… whereas Scotland and the North face rain and ‘unseasonably’ robust 55mph winds as tail finish of Tropical Storm Alex sweeps in
- Subsequent few days will probably be dry in South with highs of 24C (75F) at present, 22C (72F) tomorrow and 21C (70F) on Sunday
- However there will probably be ‘unseasonably’ robust winds hitting North West amid remnants of former tropical storm Alex
- Forecasters additionally warn hayfever victims that pollen ranges will probably be ‘very excessive’ in South East till subsequent Tuesday
Britons are set to get pleasure from an attractive weekend in elements of the nation with sizzling climate anticipated in South East England after a scorcher at present – however the North and Scotland face heavy rain and powerful winds.
The following few days are forecast to be dry and sunny for southern areas with highs of 24C (75F) at present, 22C (72F) tomorrow and 21C (70F) on Sunday – however there will probably be ‘unseasonably’ robust winds hitting the North West.
Remnants of former tropical storm Alex, which introduced torrential deluges to Florida, are attributable to hit northern areas of the UK at present and tomorrow – and though not a named storm, it’s set to deliver gusts of as much as 55mph.
Forecasters additionally warned hayfever victims that pollen ranges will probably be ‘very excessive’ in South East England till subsequent Tuesday, whereas they are going to be not less than ‘excessive’ for all of England and Wales other than the North East.
At present will probably be brilliant for many of the UK with lengthy spells of sunshine and a few patchy cloud cowl, however there’s additionally an opportunity of showers throughout Scotland and Northern Eire the place it is going to even be cloudier with a brisk breeze.
There’ll then be a transparent night for a lot of England and Wales however will probably be overcast for Northern Eire and Scotland with rain which can turn into heavy later within the night time and in addition hit northern England.
Tomorrow will probably be largely dry with sunny spells and patchy cloud throughout southern England and Wales however will probably be breezy with heavy rain throughout Scotland and Northern Eire in addition to the North of England.
Met Workplace Deputy Chief Meteorologist Jason Kelly stated: ‘Though not a named storm, the remnants of Ex-Tropical Storm Alex will deliver some unseasonably robust winds throughout the northern half of the UK – particularly to the northwest on Friday and Saturday.
‘The observe of the low-pressure system presently appears to be like to be off the northwest coast of the UK on Friday and Saturday and winds are prone to attain round 45mph for some elements of the north of the UK, with an opportunity of some gusts in extra of 55mph in some uncovered northwestern island and coastal areas.’
Sunday will see sunny intervals with cloudier durations within the morning, and will probably be principally dry with spells of rain, primarily to the north early on – whereas Monday will see dry and cloudy climate with some sunny intervals.
The warmest temperature to this point in Britain this week was 23.5C (74.3F) at London Heathrow Airport recorded on Wednesday, whereas the identical location was the place the UK’s present 2022 report of 27.5C (81.5F) was set on Might 17.