Brace for the Arctic blast! Met Workplace points two-day flood warning from TODAY earlier than chilly snap hits on Monday with temperatures plummeting within the north
- The Met Workplace has issued a yellow climate warning for components of the south-east of England from as we speak
- Warning, which got here into impact at 3pm as we speak and lasts till noon tomorrow, forecasts doable flooding
- On Monday, a robust northerly wind sweeping throughout the nation will imply it can really feel chilly for a lot of
Britain is bracing itself for an Arctic blast with torrential downpours forecast over the subsequent two days earlier than temperatures plummet on Monday with icy winds making it really feel a lot colder.
The rain was already on its approach on Friday morning as Londoners braved the damp climate with brollies in hand as they crossed London Bridge on their option to work.
The Met Workplace issued a two-day yellow climate warning for the south-east of England, which got here into impact at 3pm as we speak and can final till noon on Saturday.
The warning, which covers most of Kent and Sussex, forecast potential flooding and tough journey circumstances, which may result in delays and cancellations of practice and bus providers, because of the heavy rainfall.
The weekend washout might be adopted by a drop in temperatures as a blast of Chilly Arctic air sweeps in from the north, with components of Scotland feeling like 5C on Monday and 11C within the south.
Londoners braved the moist climate, with many sporting hoods and umbrellas, as they crossed London Bridge to move to work on Friday morning
Map reveals the realm the place a yellow climate warning has been issued by the Met Workplace as heavy rain with potential flooding has been forecast for the subsequent two days
Temperatures might be under common and the sturdy northerly wind will imply it can really feel chilly for a lot of, in response to the Met Workplace.
In the meantime, forecasters are predicting snow in Scotland subsequent week as temperatures plummet throughout the UK with gales and rain anticipated.
Northern components of Scotland may fall under 0C as a cold blast heads our approach, whereas different components of the UK might even see their night-time temperatures fall to single digits.
Met Workplace forecaster Aidan McGivern informed the Solar: ‘Throughout the UK temperatures are going to be under common for the second half of the weekend and into Monday in addition to Tuesday’, including it will be ‘more than likely the coldest air of the season thus far.’
Mr McGivern continued: ‘It is definitely going to really feel chilly very first thing with a contact of frost within the North and chilly winds.’
The most recent predictions come after snow fell within the Cairngorms and jap Highlands late final week. And the UK is at the moment dropping daytime on the most fast charge within the yr – roughly 4 to 5 minutes daily.
Gales are predicted to engulf the northeast of the UK ranging from subsequent Monday and rain could be anticipated all around the remainder of the nation, though the southeast needs to be the driest space.
It’s believed that climate circumstances throughout the whole nation will stay changeable proper into October, with chilly spells and rain interspersed with some sunshine.
Folks crossing London Bridge within the rain. A two-day yellow climate warning has been issued by the Met Workplace, with doable flood dangers within the south-east of England
A pair holding fingers and umbrellas as they cross over London Bridge within the rain on Friday morning
Met Workplace forecaster Annie Shuttleworth stated: ‘From Monday there are some indicators of some snow showers over the hills in Scotland, pretty typical for the time of yr.
‘We’re not anticipating snow in any low mendacity areas. Or any disruption from it.
‘That is simply early subsequent week this threat, from midweek onwards, temperatures wish to return again to nearer to common with extra wetter and windier typical autumnal climate and no threat of snow.
‘It is comparatively short-lived and small threat, nothing that might be too disruptive or that is uncommon.’
She stated there may be an in a single day threat of frost in northern components of Scotland early subsequent week, although it can really feel heat sufficient within the day.