The UK is going through a “main change” in its climate subsequent week as Storm Diana lashes the nation with robust gusts and heavy downpours.

The storm, named by the official Portuguese Meteorological Authority (IPMA), is anticipated to hit the Azores on Tuesday.

The UK’s climate can have already turn into unsettled by the point Diana hits, due to a posh and slow-moving space of low strain coming from the Atlantic.

That may push out the present chilly snap and convey wetter and windier circumstances to the UK.

As soon as the low strain combines with Storm Diana, robust winds and heavy downpours are set to maneuver throughout Britain, probably from Wednesday onward.

Dan Harris, the Met Workplace’s deputy chief meteorologist, stated: “It now seems to be very probably that we’ll see a serious change within the UK’s climate early within the week forward.

“We count on spells of moist and windy climate to comb throughout the UK from the southwest from Tuesday, though in the intervening time there’s uncertainty across the timing and the main target for the heaviest rain and powerful winds by Wednesday as Storm Diana approaches our shores.”

Earlier than the change, Sunday and Monday nights will likely be frosty in locations and patchy fog might make driving circumstances troublesome in some areas.

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