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UK will be hit by massive European storms as forecasters anticipate ‘washing week’


A continental storm will hit Britain this week as forecasters predict a “vulnerable week” will end at the end of spring.

An independent weather monitoring website reported that nearly every corner of the UK will be covered in moderate to heavy rain on Tuesday (24 May).

Data from WXCharts shows that heavy rain will continue into Wednesday night before dropping in time for the weekend.

Meanwhile, the Met Office warned that a jet stream of 50 mph will be coming from the North Atlantic to bring strong winds to the UK by midweek.

Meteorologists say bad weather across Europe could extend to the British Isles

The jet stream is getting stronger over the course of the week, and as a result it will be the driving force behind the decline, Adam Thornhill, deputy chief meteorologist for the Met Office, said while discussing which parts of the country are likely to be affected by the storm’s brunt. Pressure.. is moving off the Atlantic and bringing periods of rain and wind most of this week.

“The strongest winds will be in the northwest and although most areas of the UK will see some rain during the week, larger accumulations are expected in the western areas, with the southeast likely to escape.

The bleak outlook comes as a turbulent weather system continues to batter parts of Europe despite record May levels in many parts.

Weather forecast for Tuesday, May 24, 2022

Weather forecast for Tuesday, May 24, 2022

BBC Weather presenter Thomas Schafferniker said some “very bad” storms would be felt on the continent in the “last two days” of May.

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Some bathing may also extend to the British Isles and Scandinavia. The wave of adverse conditions follows what he described as “very unusual” temperatures above 40 degrees Celsius in Spain, which are usually only expected in July or August.

The BBC Weather and Met Office both expect a brighter and more stable start for the UK next week until early June.

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