UK weather: Exact date thunderstorms and heavy rain will hit Britain with humid conditions set to linger next week | The Sun

FORECASTERS have revealed the exact date thunderstorms and heavy rain will hit Britain.

The Met Office has warned that Brits should brace to be battered by strong winds, thunder and lightning and torrential downpours.



However, the UK will remain warm – with humid conditions set to linger into next week.

Today much of the country will remain dry – but heavy rain will continue across parts of Scotland and Northern Ireland.

However as the day goes on clouds will increase, bringing rain or showers into southwestern England and Wales during the afternoon.

But tomorrow conditions will worsen.

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Forecasters say a band of heavy rain will sweep across the south, with a risk of thunder, moving northwards through the day.

It comes after four flood alerts were issued on Thursday and a yellow weather warning for thunderstorms and lightening.

A jet stream was sweeping across the UK, bringing with it the wet weather and prompting the alert.

The UK has been experiencing temperatures much warmer than usual for this time of year – and that’s set to continue.

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BBC meteorologist Louise Lear said: "On Monday we've got some wet weather clearing Scotland, sunny spells and scattered showers behind [them]….still the risk that some of those showers could be thundery, chiefly out to the west.

"The best of the dry weather once again remains for eastern England.

"Again we are going to see those temperatures into the high teens, above where they should be this time of year.

"That's going to be the trend as we go through the week ahead. It's going to be relatively mild, but we've got more showers to come towards the end of the working week."

October's highest temperature ever recorded in the UK was 29.4C in the small market town of March, Cambridgeshire, on the first day of the month in 1985.

Forecasters have been hailing the warm weather as an "Indian Summer".

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It means a period of unseasonably warm, dry and calm weather which can make for an Autumnal heatwave.

It is usually followed by a period of colder weather or frost in the late Autumn.

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