Our under average temperatures are prone to continue for some time as our weather pattern seems stuck in a bit of a rut. Later in the night they’ll change into extra isolated and confined primarily to western and northern coastal counties by morning. Extra typical November climate returns for the center of the week with the same old rains within the lowlands (although some mountain snow once more!) with highs within the low-mid 50s. The US National Hurricane Center has been warning that the storm, which is currently 670miles south-west of the Azores, is turning into stronger and its remnants are set to hit the UK.
We punt the cold air for Monday and begin the moderation process beneath principally sunny skies (after some patchy fog). The Met Office has warned of a risk of ‘prolonged rain’ in southern England for the next fortnight – and there are fears that… Read the rest