UK weather forecast: Temperatures will halve to 15C as Britain is hit by ‘unseasonal’ winds

Wimbledon faces a chilly start but London could avoid the worst of cold and wet weather to come following the recent heatwave which has seen mercury climb to 30C in parts of England

Many will experience showers in the coming days – and temperatures will drop

Temperatures could plummet from 30C to just 15C in some parts of the UK in just over a week as a huge cyclone could darken the start of Wimbledon.

The recent heatwave has sent mercury skyrocketing, but weather experts fear the muggy conditions will be a distant memory once the new week gets underway.

A new cold front will move in by Tuesday and it will rain, some thunderstorms are also planned.

It means a jump in the air for the start of the Wimbledon Championship on Monday, but London will dodge the worst of the bad weather.

The Met Office has warned a massive cyclone stretching from Scandinavia to Spain will hit the UK with a three-day washout after a fortnight of sun.

The sharp blast will send Brits back to reality after a fortnight of glorious sunshine


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Some will also get away with dry spells, but it will have nothing to do with the scorching heat of the past two weeks.

Some parts of Scotland will feel like winter but the south east and east regions of the UK may not see much of a change with slightly warmer temperatures at a low 20C.

Sunny spells and scattered showers are likely to occur on Monday, with some heavy ones in the north.

There will be showers in the west on Tuesday, but warm weather could return on Wednesday.

The Met Office has warned of a huge cyclone stretching from Scandinavia to Spain

Nick Finnis, a meteorologist with said: “It will be windy with locally heavy bursts of rain invading western areas through Sunday morning.

“The rain will become increasingly rainy as the afternoon progresses, with showers intensifying and there is also a risk of thunderstorms – particularly in Northern Ireland and South West Scotland.

“North east Scotland, east and south east England remain mostly dry and breezy with sunny spells returning, although the odd light shower cannot be ruled out.

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“Cool in the north and west, temperatures reach 15-18°C, warmer towards the east of England – where temperatures reach 19-23°C.”

Met Office meteorologist Alex Deakin said: “It will be fresher but there will be a lot of showers this weekend.”

“It’s going to be very gusty and unusually windy for the time of year.”

He added: “Everything changes after heat and humidity, with low pressure being the dominant trait.

Rain is coming for millions, with the cyclone triggering some heavy downpours



“This low pressure area is not moving very far and with its fairly densely packed isobars it will progressively bring quite gusty conditions in western Scotland and the north west will be unusually windy for the time of year.

“Then you need to watch how the showers develop. The closer you are to this low-pressure system, the more showers you are likely to see.

“There will be many of them across Wales, western England and south-west Scotland.”

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