BRITS are set to brace for the off-shoot of Hurricane Dorian as it heads into the North Atlantic.
The UK will be battered by rain and winds over the rest of the week and the weekend as temperatures are set to drop, with the Met Office describing the weather as getting “chilly.”
The Met Office say the cooler temperatures felt today are set to continue for the rest of the week and over the weekend as “ex-Hurricane Dorian” blasts the UK with cold air from the North Atlantic.
However, forecasters describe the effects of the devastating Hurricane as “nothing scary” as it heads for the UK.
Tomorrow will see cloudy skies and rain across England and Wales.
Scotland and Northern Ireland will experience some bright sunshine but with rain and cold breezes.
Tempratures in the UK aren’t expected to climb any higher than 19C as the summer well and truly draws to a close.
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The weekend will see more rainfall but with bright skies.
Sunday is expected to be cold with a chill breeze and wet and windy weather.
As the week progresses the weather gets cooler as the UK braces for autumn.
The UK can expect rain and wind for the rest of the week[/caption]
Temperatures aren’t expected to crawl above 19C[/caption]
Cool weather will continue on now into autumn[/caption]
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