UK weather: Exact date rain will hit the UK before frost and fog rolls in as temperatures plunge after ‘Indian summer’ | The Sun

RAIN will tomorrow batter the UK before frost and fogs rolls in – ending the 'Indian summer' with a bang.

The warm sunshine yesterday even saw families hit the beach as the mercury hit 23C – virtually unheard of in October. 

The highs made it even hotter than the holiday hot spot of Croatia where the temps barely hit 15C in the capital of Zagreb.

However, the Met Office today released a yellow weather warning for rain covering much of Northern Ireland.

The alert warns heavy rain is likely to bring some flooding and impacts to travel starting on Monday.

Today, frequent showers and blustery winds are forecast to hit this afternoon. 

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Heavy hail and thunder are also expected starting in the west and moving south.

As we enter the winter months in the next few days it might be time to find the de-icer.

Meteorologists have predicted frost and fog from November 4.

Severe gales and unsettled downpour will affect the UK in the lead-up to the chillier weather.

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Britain will be mostly dry with broken cloud and sunny spells on Monday however the west might experience heavy rain.

The Met Office forecasts that from November 9 until November 23 there is "an increasing chance of settled weather from mid-month, bringing a potential for colder, drier weather especially for the north and west".

It adds: "This would likely bring a risk of chilly nights with mist, frost and fog in places, with some snow possible in any showers in northern and western areas, especially over high ground."

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Despite increase risk of frost and fog, temperatures will remain slightly "above average" for early November.

Snow is also likely for northern and western areas from November 9.

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