Hurricane Sam will unleash a ‘heavy’ Atlantic front to flood the United Kingdom in DAYS, according to the UK weather forecast.
Forecasters say a band of “heavy rain” will come in from the Atlantic next week, soaking Britons.
Forecasters have forecasted a spell of heavy rain to begin the week due to the remains of Hurricane Sam. While the weather is predicted to improve by the end of the week, heavy rain and severe winds are forecast on October 4. Indeed, graphs estimate as much as 5mm per hour on Monday because to the strong belt of weather expected to impact the UK.
“Low pressure will tend to dominate proceedings throughout northern Europe, with high-pressure ether side over the North Atlantic and across northeast Europe and Russia,” the BBC reported in its forecast for October 4-10.
“For the majority of October, that should be the overall setup, but periodic alterations in the position of low pressure could have an impact on the UK.”
“It’s possible that one of these shifts will occur next week.
“From Monday to Thursday, further frontal systems are anticipated to surge in from the Atlantic, bringing heavy rain and strong winds once more – so there won’t be much difference.”
“However, high pressure from the southwest could try to build towards at least the southern half of the UK and into France throughout the rest of the week.”
“This could be linked to the leftovers of Hurricane Sam, which are likely to be absorbed by a mid-latitude low-pressure system moving northeast towards Iceland.” Hurricanes frequently alter European weather patterns, and the knock-on effect in this case could be amplification of high pressure from the east Atlantic into northwest Europe.” According to WXCharts, the UK will expect heavy rain on Monday, possibly reaching 20mm.
The south and London will be hit the worst by the rain.
Heavy rain will fall in places across North Wales and northwest England, with forecasts ranging from 15-20mm.
Temperatures are expected to plummet to 4 degrees Celsius in certain regions of the country as a result of the heavy rain.
On Monday, temperatures in Scotland will vary from 4 to 7 degrees Celsius, with the majority of the country seeing temperatures of 8 to 9 degrees Celsius.
As the Atlantic front continues to sweep over the country, the rains will get more intense on Tuesday.
Because of the heavy rain, regions of the south and coast of England might receive up to 40mm.
Parts of the Midlands may experience near to 35mm of rain, though not as much as the south. “Brinkwire Summary News”.