Gusts of up to 80mph could hit parts of the UK as Storm Brendan sweeps in, prompting the Met Office to issue a weather warning.
Wind and rain will batter parts of the UK as Storm Brendan sweeps in, prompting the Met Office to issue a weather warning.
Strong gales of up to 80mph are set to sweep across parts of the UK on Monday.
Almost 900 “excess deaths” are thought to have occurred during the heatwaves of summer 2019, official data shows.
Thick fog which has shrouded much of the UK is due to fade by Tuesday morning, as the Met Office predicts a cool but clear evening for New Year’s Eve celebrations.
Passengers flying to or from some of the UK’s busiest airports are being told to expect delays due to thick fog.
The northern half of the UK looks set to be the best place to view fireworks and enjoy fun outdoors this New Year’s Eve, with clear but chilly weather on the cards.
The UK witnessed a record temperature for late December on Sunday – but it was so early that many people slept through it.
The past 12 months have proved to be a year of weather extremes, with many areas hit by flooding after persistent rainfall but temperature highs also set as the sun found its way out from behind the clouds.
Heavy rain has forced road closures in the South West, as dozens of flood warnings remain in place after wet weather plagued the country on Boxing Day.
The Met Office has warned that shoppers will have to battle wet and windy conditions if they want to take advantage of Boxing Day sales.