Heavy rain and strong wind coming for UK later this week as arctic cold brings days of unseasonably cold weather.
North winds have caused temperature across the UK will drop, with lows of 6C in many areas are expected at night, a few degrees below middle early autumn.
Forecasters from the Met Office said the end of Hurricane Fiona, which made landfall in Canada last week, yes also contributed to the steep start by the week.
Come Friday Passengers face test journey as heavy rain and strong winds are expected hit in the morning and evening rush hours.
“Everywhere you will see several hours of heavy rains,” said Becky Mitchell of the Met Office. Independent.
Flooding is not predicted, but “there will be a lot of surface water on road, so be careful if you head out’ said Mrs Mitchell.
The rain will sweep away in from the northwest and will be accompanied by strong gusts of wind reaching up up to 50 mph in coastal parts.
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“We’ll get the spell of heavy rain all over the country and it will bring some strong winds … this will be the windiest period we have had this month,” Ms Mitchell said.
because of path of in weather front, northern and western areas will be most affected during the morning rush hour, while passengers in south and east will suffer on in way home.
Another spell of rain is forecast across the country for Saturday, although it is expected to be short and without strong winds.
Sunday should be dry everything over with temperature back up towards the middle season.