UK Weather: Autumn is really coming next week with hail and thunder to beat the Brits
“Hail and thunder also pose a risk to the north and west, so Monday heralds a real shift to fall-style weather,” the Met Office spokesperson said.
Make the most of the summer weather today … because it looks like fall is coming tomorrow.
The September mini-heatwave is expected to give way to something much colder and wetter, with hail and thunder even expected in parts of the UK on Monday.
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BBC weather forecaster Matt Taylor said: “If you’re wondering where fall is, it’s not far. Expect it to be midweek, next week – a big change. Temperatures will drop. ”
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They could drop to as much as 10 ° C in Inverness, which is benefiting from high temperatures this weekend. And while London basks at 22 ° C today, it will be humid tomorrow and thermometers will only reach around 18 ° C.
Nicola Maxey, of the Met Office, said a cold front would cross the UK from east to west on Monday, bringing “potentially heavy rains”.
She added: “Hail and thunder also pose a risk to the north and west, so Monday heralds a real change from the fall-style weather.”
Met meteorologist Adam Thornhill said the change was due to “a change in the position of the jet stream.”
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