Our beneath common temperatures are likely to continue for a while as our weather sample appears stuck in a little bit of a rut. It is going to be cold with lowest temperatures of 3 to five levels with fresh west to northwest winds moderating in the direction of morning. Temperatures might peak at 81F (27C) in South East England right now, with some places remaining as heat tomorrow – with the glimpse of summer season due to the stays of Hurricane Gert. The Bureau of Meteorology is predicting above-average temperatures in north and south-east Australia over the following few months.
The UK is set for the last summer time days as the remnants of Hurricane Maria seems set to batter the British Isles with winds of up to 50 miles per hour. Tomorrow , Sunday shall be a brilliant day with some sunshine and occasional showers. The robust winds,… Read the rest Read more