Sunday Low pressure clears into the North Sea early on Sunday morning, the winds will start to ease. To leave a very showery westerly flow to affect all parts of the UK. Western areas are likely to be seeing more showers and these could be heavy and prolonged falling as rain sleet hail or snow, The showers falling as snow over the hills of Scotland and northern England when drifting is possible. Breezy for all. Highs at 6C in northern Scotland, 11C in southern England. Heads up for Severe Weather likely next week!
As we go in to next week we have a real headache around midweek very cold will follow a deep depression when winds are likely to reach 80 mph any rain is likely to turn to snow later especially on high ground above 600ft but not exclusively with all that wind severe drifting is likely, so if you are a hill farmer please take note. This is by no means set in stone but my advice is to keep up with the weather updates here or at my website
Whatever your weather enjoy it! METJEFFUK Severe weather warning for Cornwall this Sunday is expected to hit Cornwall Sunday winds of 60 mph will gust to 70 - over coasts and high ground danger to life as been issued more about this at the @metjeffuk.com website
HURRICANE DEFINITION: A severe tropical cyclone having winds greater than 64 knots (74 miles per hour; 119 kilometers per hour), originating in the equatorial regions of the Atlantic Ocean or Caribbean Sea or eastern regions of the Pacific Ocean, traveling north, northwest, or northeast from its point of origin, and usually involving heavy rains.