BBC Weather: Britain set for Hurricane Oscar remnants to bring FROST and GALES

BBC Weather: Britain set for Hurricane Oscar remnants to bring FROST and GALES

Tomorrow will begin with some rather biting temperatures as clear skies will bring frosty conditions overnight, while the leftovers of Hurricane Oscar approach Britain this weekend.

Despite the tropical storm’s remnants bumping temperatures back up to average, it will also bring some blustery winds on Saturday.

BBC Breakfast presenter Carol Kirkwood said: “As we head on through the evening and overnight, the rain eventually clears everywhere.

“We’re left with clear skies behind, so there is going to be a widespread frost.

“Many of the showers in the west will die away but not all of them, we’ll hang onto some in the northwest.”

BBC Weather host Nick Miller forecast windy conditions for Saturday, as the remnants of Hurricane Oscar creeps its way towards the UK, bringing blustery air and warmer temperatures.

He said: “Over the weekend ex-Hurricane Oscar is getting closer to the UK - all we’re going to get though s a bit of wind on Saturday.

“A blustery day milder air will stay with us into next week.”

Referring to this morning, Mr Miller added: “With the cloud and the rain overnight, all of this means it’s going to be nowhere near as cold as it was last night.

Seems of us will see temperatures holding up into double figures, with a cloudy and damp weather front.

“So there will be some outbreaks of rain first thing, but it’s very mild.”

Following a frosty start, tomorrow will bring a fine sunny day, turning increasingly hazy.

This weekend will bring milder weather, with a brisk southerly wind on Saturday and periods of sunshine.

Sunday is expected to be partly cloudy, with mostly dry weather but some spots of rain.

Much of Monday will be dry and bright.

Storm Oscar downgraded to a post-tropical cyclone last night.

The National Hurricane Centre (NHC) tweeted: “Post-Tropical Cyclone #Oscar Advisory 20: Oscar Becomes a Hurricane-Force Post-Tropical Cyclone.”

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