Gales, frost and rain to freeze parts of Bri­tain

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LON­DON: Strong winds, frost and rain will hit parts of Bri­tain this week­end as chill­ier au­tumn weather set­tles in. Peo­ple liv­ing In north­ern re­gions may ind some wet snow on the ground on Sun­day NIGHT, AC­CORD­ING to THE MET OFICE.

Gales and blus­tery show­ers are fore­cast on Satur­day across north­ern Scot­land.

A MET OFICE spokesman SAID that A “FEW win­try lur­ries of snow” Could fall on the top of moun­tains in the Cairngorms.

“It will be gusty in eastern Scot­land and also in north­east Eng­land,” he said.

“There will be winds at around 80kph.”

The rain in the north is ex­pected to sink into south­ern Scot­land and the north of Eng­land by night­fall.

Peo­ple liv­ing in the south of the UK will see patches of frost de­velop on Satur­day night be­fore cloudy weather ar­rives on Sun­day.

Wet and windy con­di­tions will fol­low next week for north­ern re­gions and cooler, over­cast weather will spread across the south by the sec­ond week of Oc­to­ber.

“Tem­per­a­tures through Oc­to­ber look a lit­tle bit be­low av­er­age but that is noth­ing un­usual for this time of year,” the spokesman said.

How­ever south­ern parts of the UK may see milder, more set­tled weather de­velop to­wards the end of the month, AC­CORD­ING to THE MET OFICE’S lat­est 30-day fore­cast.

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