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The UK is basking in glorious 80 ° F temperatures and sunshine through Tuesday


Britain is basking in glorious temperatures of 80 ° F today and Indian summer conditions are skyrocketing mercury before it all comes to an end on Tuesday.

Forecasters predict that early next week there will be possible warnings of amber weather and what could be the first named storm of the season.

Most parts of the UK had warm sunshine today, but temperatures will drop in the days ahead with the possibility that Storm Aiden could strike.

Heavy rain and possible winds of up to 100 km / h could mark the end of last Indian summer, and the threat of further closures could mean that this weekend could have been the last time this year the British could enjoy decent weather.

Up to 100,000 weekend visitors stormed Brighton with highs hotter than the 23C Algarve and 27 ° C – 8 ° C above average – expected to last through Monday. Pain's subtropical storm Alpha pushes warm air into Great Britain.

People enjoy the warm weather on Brighton Beach on Sunday. The British Indian Summer 27C (81F) is blown away by an 800 mile wide storm and a "polar flag" that threatens one of the earliest snowfalls in England in a century

People enjoy the weather on Brighton Beach today. 100,000 weekend visitors rushed to Brighton with heights hotter than the 23rd century Algarve and between 27 and 8 degrees above average

People enjoy the weather on Brighton Beach today. 100,000 weekend visitors rushed to Brighton with heights hotter than the 23rd century Algarve, between 27 and 8 degrees above average

Cyclists enjoy the empty dirt roads this afternoon. The actual autumn is on its way, as leaching occurs in the north during an Atlantic storm on Tuesday and Wednesday

Cyclists enjoy the empty dirt roads this afternoon. The "real autumn" is on its way, as leaching occurs in the north during an Atlantic storm on Tuesday and Wednesday

Durdle Door looked busy this afternoon as tourists took advantage of the warm weather to visit the Dorset coast

Durdle Door looked busy this afternoon as tourists took advantage of the warm weather to visit the Dorset coast

Visitors came to Durdle Door on the Dorset coast this afternoon to enjoy the sunshine before “real autumn” arrives next week

Visitors came to Durdle Door on the Dorset coast this afternoon to enjoy the sunshine before “real autumn” arrives next week

But the actual autumn is on its way, as an Atlantic storm hits the north on Tuesday and also the south from Wednesday.

The Met Office forecasts storms in the west and a buffeting until Thursday.

Gusts in the west are shown on forecast models. MeteoGroup said the storm could be called Aiden, Britain's first named autumn storm.

Polar air follows with cool 16 ° C highs on Thursday and only 14 ° C on Friday and weekends in the south, with 11-12 ° C in the north.

The Met Office warned of frost and storms in the north.

The beaches were busy this weekend. Brighton was expected to have 100,000 visitors a day, including 50,000 in Bournemouth.

People enjoy the warm weather on Brighton Beach. Gusts in the west are shown on forecast models. MeteoGroup said the storm could be called Aiden, Britain's first named autumn storm

People enjoy the warm weather on Brighton Beach. Gusts in the west are shown on forecast models. MeteoGroup said the storm could be called Aiden, Britain's first named autumn storm

This afternoon, Brighton Beach is crowded as meteorologists warn that the actual fall will be on its way from next week

This afternoon, Brighton Beach is crowded as meteorologists warn that “real autumn” will be on the way from next week

A man basks in the warm weather on Brighton Beach today. Polar air follows with cool 16 ° C highs on Thursday and only 14 ° C on Friday and weekends in the south, with 11-12 ° C in the north

A man basks in the warm weather on Brighton Beach today. Polar air follows with cool 16 ° C highs on Thursday and only 14 ° C on Friday and weekends in the south, with 11-12 ° C in the north

People enjoy the warm weather on the promenade in Brighton. The beaches were busy this weekend. Brighton was expected to have 100,000 visitors a day, including 50,000 in Bournemouth

People enjoy the warm weather on the promenade in Brighton. The beaches were busy this weekend. Brighton should have seen 100,000 visitors a day, including 50,000 in Bournemouth

Durdle Door was busy on Sunday afternoon when people took advantage of the warm weather at the popular tourist attraction

Durdle Door was busy on Sunday afternoon when people took advantage of the warm weather at the popular tourist attraction

On Sunday afternoon, colorful swimmers make their way through the Durdle door arch. Day trippers clogged coastal routes such as the A23 to Brighton, the A31 to Dorset and the A30 to Cornwall

On Sunday afternoon, colorful swimmers make their way through the Durdle door arch. Day trippers clogged coastal routes such as the A23 to Brighton, the A31 to Dorset and the A30 to Cornwall

Day trippers clogged coastal routes such as the A23 to Brighton, the A31 to Dorset and the A30 to Cornwall.

On the Dorset coast, Durdle Door was crowded this afternoon when some visitors even swam through the tourist attraction's famous arch.

Supermarkets saw a barbecue frenzy. Tesco should have sold 300,000 sausage packs, 250,000 ice cream and lollipops and two million cans or bottles of beer, as the sales trends showed.

MeteoGroup forecaster Ravi Kotecha said: & # 39; Sub-tropical storm Alpha could push the warmth towards the UK into Monday.

“It is possible that the Atlantic low pressure system is a named storm on Wednesday. Rain and brisk wind are expected. & # 39;

People looking for the perfect spot to take a selfie on the cliff in Durdle Door on Sunday

People looking for the perfect spot to take a selfie on the cliff in Durdle Door on Sunday

In Brighton, a man swims in the sea with his dog. Day trippers clogged coastal routes such as the A23 to Brighton, the A31 to Dorset and the A30 to Cornwall

In Brighton, a man swims in the sea with his dog. Day trippers clogged coastal routes such as the A23 to Brighton, the A31 to Dorset and the A30 to Cornwall

People enjoy the warm weather on Brighton Beach. Day trippers clogged coastal routes such as the A23 to Brighton, the A31 to Dorset and the A30 to Cornwall

People enjoy the warm weather on Brighton Beach. Day trippers clogged coastal routes such as the A23 to Brighton, the A31 to Dorset and the A30 to Cornwall

People enjoy the warm weather on Brighton Beach. Ravi Kotecha, MeteoGroup forecaster, said: "The subtropical storm Alpha could push the warmth towards the UK on Monday."

People enjoy the warm weather on Brighton Beach. Ravi Kotecha, MeteoGroup forecaster, said: "The subtropical storm Alpha could push the warmth towards the UK on Monday."

Cyclists enjoy the empty country lanes on a sunny Sunday afternoon in Oxfordshire. Marco Petagna, Met Office forecaster, said: "The Atlantic jet stream will turn on and rain and wind will change dramatically."

Cyclists enjoy the empty country lanes on a sunny Sunday afternoon in Oxfordshire. Marco Petagna, Met Office forecaster, said: "The Atlantic jet stream will turn on and rain and wind will change dramatically."

Marco Petagna, Met Office forecaster, said: “The Atlantic jet stream will turn on and rain and wind will change dramatically.

"And forecast models show that the air is much cooler."

A Met Office forecaster said, "Rain and stronger winds with possible storms in the west are expected on Wednesday, with more rain and windy conditions for the remainder of the week when the north may see storms."

"Temperatures will be cool and there may be frost in parts of the north."

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