Travel disruption, power cuts and flying debris are possible as Storm Ali brings severe gales of up to 80mph to the UK and Ireland.
The north and north-east of Scotland is expected to be battered by high winds and heavy rain tomorrow as the first named storm of the season arrives.
Winds of 80mph could hit parts of Scotland putting lives at risk as Storm Ali sweeps across the country, forecasters have warned.
Dangerous flying debris and travel cancellations are expected as the first named storm of the season brings strong winds of up to 80mph to the UK and Ireland.
Winds of up to 80mph will hit parts of the UK as remnants of Storm Helene sweep out.
The Scottish Environment Protection Agency (Sepa) has extended its flood warning scheme, helping more communities better prepare for extreme weather.
Autumn will make its presence felt this week as much of the UK faces a spell of wet and windy weather.
London and the South East enjoyed unseasonably warm weather on Monday as Storm Helene approached the UK.
Weather watchers will have their eyes on the skies in the coming days as Hurricane Helene creeps closer to the UK and the Republic of Ireland.
The long and hot summer is leading to an early autumn – and experts say the season’s display of colours could be a short one.
The Met Office and Met Éireann, today reveal the list of storm names for the coming season.
Americans have been invited to shoot “guns at Hurricane Florence” in a bizarre event designed to scare the storm away.
A scorching summer could give way to an autumn of “above-average” temperatures, the Met Office has said.
A bizarre viral video of an extremely localised “rain shower” is causing something of an existential crisis for many on Twitter.
A drier Bank Holiday Monday salvaged the long weekend after a soggy Sunday meant a washout for much of the UK.
Warmer temperatures and spells of sunshine rolled in for Bank Holiday Monday after a blanket of rain put a dampener on the long weekend.
A blanket of rain is poised to sweep across Britain before warmer temperatures and spells of sunshine roll in for Bank Holiday Monday.
Plans for bank holiday getaways could be scuppered by travel disruption as the warm weather turns to wind and rain over the weekend.
Plans for bank holiday getaways or barbecues could be scuppered as the UK faces cooler and wetter weather, travel disruption and soaring fuel prices.
Respite from intense summer heat will continue across the UK this week as a cold front is expected to bring cooler temperatures by Friday.
Summer 2018 has a chance of ending up the warmest on record for the UK, with the race for the top spot “wide open”, according to the Met Office.
United Utilities has been issued drought permits which would allow it to take additional water from boreholes and reservoirs in the North West to maintain supplies.
Loans to help farmers hit by months of adverse weather are being offered by the Scottish Government.
An amber "be alert" flood warning has been issued for parts of the north-east.
Thunderstorms are set to bring “intense downpours” to parts of Britain.
The heatwave basking Britain in record temperatures came to an abrupt end on Friday, with the sunshine giving way to torrential downpours.
Hundreds of rescuers backed by helicopters have evacuated around 1,600 people in three regions of southern France where heavy rain caused flash flooding and transformed rivers and streams into torrents.
A traditional Scottish highland games has become a victim of the summer heatwave.
Thunderstorm warnings have been issued as the heatwave which has gripped the south east comes to an end.
Parts of England have spent the equivalent of around two months of 2018 without any recorded rainfall.
There was no let-up to the soaring temperatures on Sunday, with the mercury expected to top 30C in parts of the UK.
Lisbon has broken a 37-year-old record to notch its hottest temperature ever as an unrelenting heatwave bakes Portugal and neighbouring Spain.