Coming to the UK? Migrants gear up for gales, rain

These are expected to hit Britain this week

6th September 2010: Coming to the UK? Be ready for gales and rain.

Migrants look out for thunder, lightning and gale-force winds. These are expected to hit Britain this week, as the summer is over, officially.

There won’t be any signs of an Indian summer, as the Met Office predicting the arrival of autumnal on Monday. The rest of September will see sharp showers, rather than sunshine.

A Met Office statement, in fact, warned the people of possible gale-force winds across England and Scotland on Tuesday.

Forecaster Charlie Powell said they had a decent last week of summer in the last week of the school holidays. But from Monday people get an autumnal feel to the weather.

As Monday sees an alteration from the dry weather, it will now be wetter and windier
In London, autumn is usually mild but often unsettled as colder air from the arctic and warmer air from the tropics meet.

Otherwise, the best months to travel in England are May, June, September and October.  These months generally have the most pleasant temperatures, while July and August are the warmest months. The sunniest parts of the Britain are along the south coast of England.

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