Hold Tight! Here's What To Expect From This Autumn's BIZARRE Weather Predictions

Brits should expect everything from blustery conditions to some serious snow storms.

Heatwave and storms canvas

The Great British public puts up with a lot. 

From our trains breaking down due to 'leaves on the tracks' to, our buses not being able to handle the slippery roads when it rains, but if there's one thing that unites us all, it's talking about the weather.

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So what's in store for the rest of the year?

Well it's not all good news! 

Snow storms are set to arrive in the UK in the NEXT SIX WEEKS, forecasters say. 

The mercury is going to drop to sub-zero and a giant whiteout is expected to hit the country and stick around with us for the foreseeable months...potentially lasting over Christmas and up until February. 

A car covered in snow | Picture: Twitter

Areas that are thought to be worst affected are rural areas of Yorkshire, such as the Dales.

Blizzards could sweep the country, no doubt causing mayhem for commuters and trouble on the roads for drivers too. 

If the predictions are true, then the cold temperatures will rock the nation, after we've enjoyed fairly mild winters for the last few years. 

Plus that's not all!

The Met Office wants us all to get involved in NAMING the upcoming storm...because hurricane Holly sounds waaaaay less intimidating right?!

Operation #NameOurStorms aims to raise awareness over any upcoming severe weather conditions and ensure that people stay safe around these times. 

The competition has been immensely popular with over 10,000 entries already and names like Susan, Malcolm, Valerie and Conor have already been confirmed.

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It's been a wonderful August and September!

We enjoyed sweltering temperatures in August across the UK, then the mercury rose once again, as another  heatwave bathed the UK in its warmth during September!

The hot air travelled across from Europe, with thermometers reaching 21C in the South of England in September. That's ten degrees warmer than average at this time of year.


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