Britain faces a battering from four more storms by Christmas after 80mph Agnes strikes on Wednesday (September 27).
Atlantic storms Babet and Ciaran will help this autumn become the wildest for years. And they will be followed by Debi and Elin as the remnants of tropical storms and hurricanes blast in.
Agnes is expected to damage buildings, cause power cuts and close roads and bridges. It will weaken on Thursday as it moves further north in the UK, before the nation enjoys calm weather at the weekend.
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A Met Office forecaster said: “After a possible initial settled spell in October, conditions are likely to deteriorate, with spells of rain and strong winds.
“Conditions could be more frequently unsettled as October continues.”
The Met Office also fears that a wet and windy December will be made worse by El Niño, which raised global temperatures, leading people to make the most of the sun, below.
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The Met Office three-month outlook said: “Wetter spells are possible, especially later in autumn. The reduced chance of westerly winds does not preclude stormy spells at times.”
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