UK weather forecast: 'Indian summer' to begin TOMORROW but Britain will face North

An Indian Summer is forecast to begin tomorrow however the country will suffer a North/South divide in the days to come. The Met Office say that those in the south will enjoy sunshine and warmer weather those in the north will have to endure more wind and rain. There are fears lingering moisture from former Hurricane Florence could clash with another weather front to bring more strong winds- but those in the south will enjoy warm weather. The Met Office have warned: A north/south split developing through the middle of the week. Becoming cloudier and windy with some rain in the north. but remaining settled, dry and mostly sunny

in the south. Heavy waves pound the beachfront of Penzance in southern Cornwall on Saturday (Image: REX/Shutterstock) The north will continue to experience wet and windy weather into next week (Image: PA) The south could enjoy sunshine and balmy temperatures (Image: PA) Read MoreRelated ArticlesUK

weather: Four months of snow in the coldest winter in a decade according to one long-range forecast They added: Through the rest of Septem2020第98期老版跑狗图 ber the weather should stay largely settled with long spells of sunshine and generally light winds. For October, settled and drier conditions are likely to dominate across many parts of the UK during the beginning of this period. An Accuweather forecast for the north of the country read: “Winds are not expected to be as high as the gusts produced by Storm Ali, but just as much of an impact could be felt. “Recent heavy rains and winds have weakened structures and trees, and the wet ground may result in trees toppling more easily. Sporadic power outages are also possible. Temperatures will fall to as low as 5C in parts of Scotland this morning, while Northern Ireland will experi

ence chilling winds. The Met Office have forecast a North/South divide in the weather (Image: PA) P

eople brave the wet and windy weather in Edinburgh (Image: REX/Shutterstock) Parts of England will also feel very cold, with temperatures as low as 6C in some isolated regions in the early hours of the morning. Meteorologist Becky Mitchell said: “Strong winds will pick up towards the middle part of the afternoon, particularly for East Anglia and south-east England. “Here gusts could reach 50-60 miles per hour. It will be a very wet day across England and Wales, but that rain will eventually clear away. “We will also see temperatures fall away quite quickly, possible into low single figures.” Those in the south will enjoy the sunshine (Image: Birmingham Post and Mail) Read MoreRelated ArticlesFall equinox 2018: What is the autumnal event celebrated by Google Doodle and how mabon is marked by Pagans There are currently no warnings in place. A yellow warning for wind and rain today was cancelled after the forecasted weather was not as bad as first feared. Two storms have already hit the UK this autumn - Ali and Bronagh but at the moment it is not known when the third (Callum) will arrive. Three-day UK weather forecast Today (Sunday) : It will be overcast with rain and brisk winds in the south during the morning. However, it will become drier and brighter in the afternoon with lighter winds. Northern parts will be mostly dry partly cloudy with a few showers in the north-west with winds gentle to moderate from the north-west. Autumn has arrived (Image: Birmingham Pos

t and Mail) Read MoreRelated ArticlesPetrol prices on track to fall after 4 year high in relief for millions of drivers Tonight (Sunday night) : It is expecte

d to be a clear night for most with little, if any cloud. It will become rather chilly overnight with a cool air mass, clear skies and gentle north-westerly winds with a frost possible for many northern, central and southern parts. However, there will be more cloud in western Scotland. UK Outlook (Monday and Tuesday) : Tomorrow will be mostly dry with sunny spells, although there will be a scattering of showers in northern and western parts of

Scotland. Gentle westerly winds. Tuesday is set to be largely fine with sunshine

for England and Wales. Cloudier in Scotland and Northern Ireland with patchy light rain.