05/09/2017 BBC Weather


05/09/2017

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windy end as well. Now the National forecast. Good evening. The

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strongest hurricane ever is expected to make landfall in the next few

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hours. Hurricane Irma has the potential to cause catastrophic

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damage. The combination of the wind, the heavy rain and a huge storm

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surge heading towards the Leeward Isles will cause significant damage.

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The storm surge is where there is almost like a bolt in the ocean

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underneath the low pressure. That will lift the wall of the ocean by

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nine to 11 feet, over three metres. Back close to home when things are

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quieter. We have seen some rain, some of it heavy through

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Lincolnshire and North Norfolk over the last couple of hours. That will

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ease away as we go through the night and things quietened down. The error

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is starting to come from a westerly direction. A fair amount of isobars.

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The westerly flow will mean a fresher feel first thing tomorrow.

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In the countryside we could see single figures. That could be a

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shock to the system. Despite the fresh start it does look as though

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we will see a driver on the sunshine coming through. The westerly breeze

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driving in cloud. Showers chiefly to the north and west. In the east they

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will see the best of the sunshine. The best of the warmth as well.

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14-16 in the north and west. As we move out of Wednesday it looks as

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though the winds will continue to strengthen. More significant, heavy

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rain moving through Scotland, Northern Ireland and eventually

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through the Borders, down to north-west England and Wales. We

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should stay relatively dry with sunshine in the south-east of it

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will feel disappointing in the cloud and rain. 13-15 at the very best. It

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looks as though the front will bring rain to all of us at some point

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Thursday night and into Friday was slowly clearing away from central

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and southern England. The loan stays in the North. We will see blustery

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north-west winds were sharp, heavy, sundry downpours. The 18 degrees the

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overall high. I can offer you something quieter for England and

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Wales for the start of the week

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