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How will ex-Hurricane Cristobal affect the UK’s weather next week?

The third tropical storm in the North Atlantic, Cristobal, has been making some headlines about its potential positive impact on us here in the UK – so what’s actually happening? Cristobal is currently categorised as a hurricane and is currently … Continue reading

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What is an ‘Indian summer’?

After a warm, dry, sunny summer, the fine weather is continuing this week with temperature expected to reach 28 to 29 °C in the southeast on Wednesday and Thursday. Many media reports are calling this an ‘Indian summer’, however according … Continue reading

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Turning colder this weekend

There have been many references in the media to the UK having an Indian summer this week, with temperatures expected to reach 20 °C. However, as forecast by the Met Office many of us woke up today to rather grey, … Continue reading

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What has brought the warm autumn weather to the UK?

Over the next few days we are expecting a spell of very warm weather for this time of year across much of England and Wales and even parts of Scotland too. The reason why we are seeing this unseasonable warm … Continue reading

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What is an ‘Indian summer’?

After a cooler than average summer, a spell of settled weather is expected later this week, with temperatures up to 27 °C possible in some areas from mid week. Many media reports are calling this settled spell an ‘Indian summer’, however according … Continue reading

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