Tropical Storm Bertha To Hit Britain Next Week Unleashing Fierce Winds And Torrential Rain


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The ferocious weather system is currently gathering pace over the Caribbean with experts warning it could nudge past the UK within days.
They warned heavy rain and strong winds will affect most places with massive waves threatening to batter the coast.
The Met Office today said Tropical Storm…

The ferocious weather system is currently gathering pace over the Caribbean with experts warning it could nudge past the UK within days.

They warned heavy rain and strong winds will affect most places with massive waves threatening to batter the coast.

The Met Office today said Tropical Storm Bertha “will head in the general direction of the UK”.

It said Britain could be on the receiving end of a “fairly active summer storm” at the beginning of next week.

Forecaster Dan Williams warned: “It looks likely that the earliest Bertha would affect the UK would be on Sunday or into the start of next week.

“The Met Office will be keeping an eye on how this situation develops over the next few days to give everyone in the UK the best advice on what Bertha is likely to do.

“Given the time of year and the potential heavy rain, strong winds and large waves Bertha could bring if it does head to the UK, we’d advise everyone to stay up to date with the latest forecasts and warnings from the Met Office over the next few days.”

Spokeswoman Nicky Maxey said it is uncertain where will be affected although the entire country could see some impact.

She added: “We could be looking at a summer storm and could have an impact depending on how it develops.

“There is a lot of uncertainty at the moment, but it is more likely to reach us at the beginning of next week.”

Jonathan Powell, forecaster for Vantage Weather Services, said hot air swept in by the storm will send temperatures rocketing.

He said the mercury could nudge 82F (28C) with intense humidity making it feel muggy and “tropical” from next Monday.

He said: “This is likely to trigger some extreme temperatures with thermometers hitting the high 20s at the beginning of next week.

“There are also likely to be some significant storms as the heat and humidity builds.

“This is one to watch.”

The warnings come as Britain braces for heavy showers and thunderstorms from tomorrow.

The Met Office said up to an inch of rain could fall in a matter of hours with the entire UK at risk of heavy downpours.

Leon Brown Forecaster for The Weather Channel, warned intense showers will spark flash floods in some places.

He said: “On Tuesday rain will spread eastwards during the day, with some heavier bursts and slight risk of thunder.

“Further showery rain is expected in many areas on Wednesday, although an area of heavy and more persistent rain will sweep from southern Wales/south-western England, across southern England during the morning and clearing the east coast early in the afternoon.

“Friday may see more heavy rain affect southern Britain, this moving up the east coast to north-eastern Scotland and giving the threat of flooding locally.”

He said temperatures could hit the mid 20s (77F) by the end of the week with the south in for the highest temperatures.

Weatheronline forecaster Simon Keeling said: “[It is] an increasingly unsettled week. “Outbreaks of rain will be spreading north and east, heavy at times.

“A windy and mixed weekend with rain, showers and strong winds, this leading to a windy and unsettled start to the following week too.”

Netweather said with humidity temperatures could feel close to 84F (29C) by the beginning of next week in the south.

The north could see highs of 73F (23C) with the strong chance of heavy rain.

Forecaster Jo Farrow said: “There is uncertainty for the end of the week’s forecast due to current developments in the western Atlantic.

“Wednesday the wind becomes more South-westerly, blustery for Wales and the West Country.

“By Friday, there could be an east or southeast wind, bringing low cloud in from the North Sea and making NE Britain feel much cooler, still with the threat of rain.”

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