BRITS are set to enjoy a mild Saturday after 75mph winds and rain clobbered much of the UK – before downpours return tomorrow.
Saturday is set to bring clear skies and a top of 19C in some parts of the country.
The day will start a bit frosty for people in the South East with temperatures of 13C before heating up by midday, according to BBC Weather.
But the wild weather will return Sunday morning around 10am to coincide with the start of the London Marathon.
Runners should expect to get hit with heavy downpours as rain clouds sweep in from the West.
It will turn drier later in the afternoon as a high pressure builds.
It comes after weather warnings were rolled out across Britain on Friday as 75mph gales and torrential rain battered the country.
Almost two inches of rain is said to have fallen in just a couple of hours alongside some of the strongest winds seen this year.
Yellow weather warnings for wind and rain – stretching across the West Coast up to the North of Scotland – were in place from 8am, according to the Met Office.
Flooding was expected with bus and train services likely to be affected in Scotland – with forecasters warning of heavy rain across the rest of UK throughout the day.
It comes as the super-strength Jet Stream in the North Atlantic is sucking extreme weather from Hurricane Ian in the US and dumping it on Britain.
Friday morning will saw fog developing in much of the South of England and North of Scotland.
There will be highs of 12C in Aberdeen, 12C in Hull, 12C in Birmingham, 14C in Liverpool, 15C in Cardiff and 16C in London.
Through the morning a vast wet and windy weather front pushed in from the Atlantic – bringing heavy rain across the whole of the western edge of Britain.
Northern Ireland saw heavy rainfall and gale-force winds of up to 70mph yesterday.
And winds of 40-50mph hammered Wales and Cornwall Friday morning.
The Midlands, North of England and much of East Anglia saw heavy rainfall from midday on Friday.
But through yesterday evening and overnight, the weather cleared to the south-east leaving dry spells.
It will continue to be breezy with scattered and blustery showers mainly in northern and western areas, the BBC reported.
Saturday morning will see mild weather for the most part and sunny spells will arrive to offer respite from the wind and rain.
The exception is patches of blustery and heavy showers in northern England and Northern Ireland while western areas of Scotland will be whacked with hail and thunder.
Saturday will see much warmer weather with highs of 18C in Norwich, 18C in Cardiff, 17C in Birmingham and 14C in Edinburgh.
Source: The Sun