Exact date fierce winds from ex-Hurricane Fiona will ease as Brits are lashed with cold, wet & blustery storm leftovers | The Sun

BRITS may have to battle through fierce winds today along with the cold and rain as the UK gets lashed from the remains of former Hurricane Fiona.

To make matters worse, the Environment Agency currently has six flood alerts in place, mainly along parts of the East coast stretching from the Humber estuary to the Norfolk and Essex coastlines.

The situation though should start to ease on Tuesday, according to the Met Office.

Monday though will see high winds as well as cold and wet conditions as Britain gets battered from the cyclone over the US.

The Met Office said: "It will feel quite a bit colder this week.

"Drivers may need to scrape their cars of frost on some mornings.

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"Temperatures will be below average but it is pretty typical autumn fare.

"But it will be a shock to the system after the summer we've had."

And forecasters said "gale force winds" of up to 50mph are expected to batter Northern Scotland.

Monday will see highs of 15C in London, 16C in Cardiff, 11C in Inverness and 13C in Belfast.

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The Met Office added: "There will be cold nights throughout the week, and these could go down to freezing for many.

"There will be some blustery showers bringing in quite a lot of cloud over night."

It will mostly be a clear start to the night in much of England, cloudier elsewhere.

Showers and rain from the daytime will linger into the night, especially in Scotland and parts of Wales.

Southern England will remain mostly dry. The wind will mostly subside, with the exception of some moderate coastal winds.

Those strong winds are expected to calm down on Tuesday which will see a mixture of sunshine and showers, which will be heaviest in northeast Scotland.

Those showers will be quite frequent in exposed areas to the northwest.

Although the winds will be easing it is still predicted to remain chilly.

Tuesday will see highs of around 13C for much of the UK, with nights expected to drop to 6C for many – though it could be colder.

Wednesday will be more settled with showers mostly in the North and East.

Winds will feel much lighter than on Tuesday.

Thursday looks to be mostly dry with a band of showers moving slowly westwards throughout the day.

The strongest of winds will be on the east coast, lighter wind further northwards.

The Met Office added: "Wednesday through to the weekend will see more unsettled weather as autumn makes itself known."

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As we head towards the weekend, a new weather front will gather pace from the Atlantic.

The forecasters said: "This will bring wet and windy rain next weekend."

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