UK braced for 900-mile wide Atlantic storm

UK braced for 900-mile wide Atlantic storm

A fearsome 900 mile wide weather front is on its way to Britain.

This ‘Atlantic agony’ is expected to hit our shores for four days after we swept the ocean from the west on Wednesday. reports the mirror.

The storm could be the first to be named in the 2020/21 season, when the Atlantic beam provides enough power to the front that it deserves a yellow weather warning.

First up is Storm Aiden with subsequent storms like Bella, Christoph, Darcy, Evert and Fleur.

Met Office forecaster Marco Petagna says a storm is on the horizon this week.

He said, “The Atlantic jet stream is really going to be ramping up and could produce very wet and windy weather by the end of the week.

“Computer models show potential for deep areas of low pressure.”

Winds could reach 100 km / h if Aiden lands on Wednesday and Scotland predicts worst weather, though all parts of the UK are waiting to be raided to some extent.

Temperatures are likely to drop to low single digits in some parts of Celcius in their mid-teens.

By the end of the week, morning frosts will be a staple in the north and west.

Leon Brown, head of meteorological operations at the Weather Channel, predicted there would be five named storms this fall / winter

And the Met Office has already predicted that this fall will be windier than normal due to the “increased likelihood of westerly winds from the Atlantic”.

There were four named storms last winter.



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