Tomorrow’s forecast UK – Tropical Storm Alex to hit UK bringing brutal winds and rain

BRITS will face several days of gloomy weather this week – with thunder, heavy rain and gale force winds expected to hit Britain.

Over the weekend, a yellow thunderstorm warning – which brings warnings of power outages – dampened Brits who were hoping to celebrate the Queen’s platinum jubilee.

And wet weather is set to continue this week, with severe storms, thunder and rain expected to move in through Wednesday, according to the Met Office.

Met Office Deputy Chief Meteorologist Adam Thornhill said: “Wednesday’s low pressure will bring showers to most areas of the UK but the heaviest slow-moving downpours will be in northern areas, including Northern Ireland, with the possibility of one associated Expect thunder and lightning.

“While rainfall levels are still uncertain, there is a possibility that some areas in the north could see more than 20mm of rain in three hours.”

He added: “This will largely clear up later in the day on Wednesday, leaving only a few showers by late evening.”

Read our live weather blog below for the latest forecasts and updates…

  • In pictures: Brits pack beaches despite heavy rain

    The downpours have not stopped many Britons from enjoying the nation’s beaches so far this week.

    Despite Met Office warnings of rain and thunder, parks and beaches saw waves of people taking advantage of the short rays of sunshine.

    Temperatures are set to rise today, with parts of the country hitting highs of 23C.

  • Flood warnings for Brits as rain and thunder hit nation

    The anniversary sunshine is fading quickly, being replaced by rain, thunder and even flooding, according to the Met Office.

    If you happen to be in an area with these extreme weather conditions, here are a few things to expect.

    • There is a small chance that homes and businesses will be flooded quickly and some buildings will be damaged by flooding, lightning, hail or strong winds
    • In the event of flooding or lightning strikes, there is a possibility of delays and some cancellations of train and bus services
    • Spray and sudden flooding could cause difficult driving conditions and some road closures
    • There is a small chance that power outages could occur and other services could be disrupted for some homes and businesses
  • Southern Sun: Southern England expects a sunny afternoon

    With temperatures up to 22C in some places it will be sunny in the south this afternoon.

    Unfortunately, much of the country will still be shrouded in clouds.

    Towards evening rain will set in from the west and hit some places in Cornwall.

  • Brits brace themselves for wind and rain

    The Met Office has said this week will be one of wind, rain and possibly even thunderstorms.

    In a statement, the organization said: “After a mostly dry and fair start to the week, some wet and windy weather is ahead.

    “A low-pressure area that was responsible for some of the unsettled weather over the weekend is now in the North Sea and left some showers for the eastern coastal areas on Monday and Tuesday.

    “Elsewhere, a mix of clouds and sunshine is the main theme early in the week, with the only other showers likely to occur near the south coast early Tuesday. “

  • Mixed weather tonight, Met Office says

    The Met Office has released its national forecast for tonight.

    According to the statement, it will be a mild evening with occasional rains that will hit large parts of the country.

    “Rain in the Southwest is moving to the Northeast with some likely to see heavy rains. Slightly drier weather is returning to some south-western areas while parts of Scotland remain dry. Mild in the south.”

  • Everything you need to know about today’s weather

    It will be a relatively warm day across most of the country as cloud and rain showers persist in places.

    Temperatures in London will be in the 20sC while the northernmost parts of Scotland will be much colder.

    In some places it will still rain, but less often than in the previous days.

  • What is Storm Alex? Everything you need to know about the tropical storm set to hit the UK

    Torrential rain, thunderstorms and flooding will hit Britain this week while the remnants of a tropical storm make their way to our shores.

    Storm Alex became the first named Atlantic storm this week when it struck Florida and Cuba.

    The storm is currently making its way to Bermuda after causing a string of fatalities in Cuba.

    Reports say the remnants of this distant storm will hit the UK.

    While it won’t be as extreme as on the other side of the Atlantic, the Brits should still brace for some inclement weather.

  • Sunny spells for Manchester today

    Manchester will be mostly cloudy today, but sunny spells will be in place when temperatures reach 19C.

    There will be some showers, according to the Met Office, but this will be rare.

    “It is often fairly cloudy throughout the day, but bright or sunny spells are sometimes likely. One or two scattered showers are possible in the afternoon. It feels warmer than Monday. Maximum temperature 19C,” the Met Office said.

  • In pictures: Brits pack beaches despite heavy rain

    The downpours have not stopped many Britons from enjoying the nation’s beaches so far this week.

    Despite Met Office warnings of rain and thunder, parks and beaches saw waves of people taking advantage of the short rays of sunshine.

    Temperatures are set to rise today, with parts of the country hitting highs of 23C.

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  • Outbreaks of rain across much of the UK this morning

    The Met Office has highlighted the weather for Britons across the country this morning.

    Much of the UK will be clouded over, while some places will also experience rain.

    Some areas, including London, will see a sunny start as downpours make the weather more suitable for this time of year.

  • London’s outlook for Tuesday

    The Met Office has taken a look at the weather Londoners can expect on Tuesday.

    It’s going to be a warm day with temperatures up to 23 degrees.

    The Met Office statement said: “Broadly dry and light through the morning, although mostly cloudy in the far south with some patchy rain. Warm sunshine and a few good isolated showers in the afternoon. Maximum temperature 23°C.”

  • Flood warnings for Brits as rain and thunder hit nation

    The anniversary sunshine is fading quickly, being replaced by rain, thunder and even flooding, according to the Met Office.

    If you happen to be in an area with these extreme weather conditions, here are a few things to expect.

    • There is a small chance that homes and businesses will be flooded quickly and some buildings will be damaged by flooding, lightning, hail or strong winds
    • In the event of flooding or lightning strikes, there is a possibility of delays and some cancellations of train and bus services
    • Spray and sudden flooding could cause difficult driving conditions and some road closures
    • There is a small chance that power outages could occur and other services could be disrupted for some homes and businesses
  • What is Storm Alex? Everything you need to know about the tropical storm set to hit the UK

    Torrential rain, thunderstorms and flooding will hit Britain this week while the remnants of a tropical storm make their way to our shores.

    Storm Alex became the first named Atlantic storm this week when it struck Florida and Cuba.

    The storm is currently making its way to Bermuda after causing a string of fatalities in Cuba.

    Reports say the remnants of this distant storm will hit the UK.

    While it won’t be as extreme as on the other side of the Atlantic, the Brits should still brace for some inclement weather.

  • Brits brace themselves for wind and rain

    The Met Office has said this week will be one of wind, rain and possibly even thunderstorms.

    In a statement, the organization said: “After a mostly dry and fair start to the week, some wet and windy weather is ahead.

    “A low-pressure area that was responsible for some of the unsettled weather over the weekend is now in the North Sea and left some showers for the eastern coastal areas on Monday and Tuesday.

    “Elsewhere, a mix of clouds and sunshine is the main theme early in the week, with the only other showers likely to occur near the south coast early Tuesday. “

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