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UK NewsHuge tropical storm in Japan could bring heatwave back to UK

19:35  14 august  2019
19:35  14 august  2019 Source:   msn.com

Met Office predicts August bank holiday could be the hottest ever

Met Office predicts August bank holiday could be the hottest ever A heatwave is set to send temperatures soaring for the weekend

A powerful storm has hit central and western Japan , injuring at least 21 people and cutting power to tens of thousands of homes. Images have shown huge waves crashing on to rocks off the coast south-west of Tokyo, and ferry services have been suspended.

UK heatwave to RETURN in days: Tropical blast to bring back 90F heat to Britain. “A weak storm system will cross northern parts of the UK causing more cloud and showers in those Exacta Weather forecaster James Madden said Britain could be back into heatwave territory by the middle of July.

A huge tropical storm is about to smash into Japan - but it could be good news for the UK.

Storm Krosa - a tropical cyclone - is set to put millions of people at risk as it strikes southern Japan on Thursday, before heading into the east of Russia.

The region is braced for flooding, mudsides and storm-surges as the huge cyclone hits.

But it could bring good news for us, with weatherman Liam Dutton stating that it could have a "domino effect" and bring warm conditions to the UK.

The Met Office issues warning for heavy rain and high winds on Friday

The Met Office issues warning for heavy rain and high winds on Friday Gusts of up to 40mph could hit parts of Wales

A powerful storm has hit central and western Japan , injuring at least 21 people and cutting power to Weather officials have since downgraded it to a tropical storm , but warn that heavy rain could The floods were swiftly followed by an unprecedented heatwave which was declared a natural disaster.

BRITAIN is back on heatwave alert with temperatures set to rocket into the low 90Fs again within days. A sweltering plume of tropical air from the Continent will engulf the southern half of the country on Wednesday. The mercury is poised to nudge 33C (91.4F) in London by the end of the week while

A video he posted stated that the storm, which is currently spinning across the Pacific Ocean, will "bump into the jet stream high up in the atmosphere".

It said: "This will send a ripple eastwards along the jet stream, like what happens when you flick a skipping rope."

Huge tropical storm in Japan could bring heatwave back to UK © Met Office Storm Krosa set to hit Japan

The video said the ripple would travel across the US, and will travel onwards above the Atlantic Ocean, pushing the jet stream north of the UK.

If the jet stream does move north of the UK, it will bring high pressure to the country and should bring warm condition along with it.

The video said: "High pressure would bring settled weather for the end of August, with some sunshine and a warmer fell than of late."

The news will bring respite for many in North Wales following a period where the region has been hit by strong winds, torrential downpours and thunderstorms.

The truth about the bank holiday weekend heatwave according to the Met Office

The truth about the bank holiday weekend heatwave according to the Met Office But the weather is set to be nice for the Bank Holiday weekend with highs of 25°C

The Met Office said that tropical storm Chris, which is building on the US east coast and is predicted to become a hurricane, 'will influence the weather' across the UK .

Back to menu. Tropical Storm Jongdari is now dropping heavy rainfall in central Japan via an unusual path in the western Pacific following a busy month for Japan . A deadly heat wave began last week and resulted in Japan recording its highest temperature since records began on July 23, when

In the short term, wet and windy conditions are set to remain in place in the region.

The Met Office has agreed that they "broadly agree" with TV weatherman Liam - but added that other factors could also bring warmer weather to these shores too.

In their long range forecast for the rest of the month, they said: "Through Tuesday and Wednesday there will be a trend for the weather to become less unsettled in the south and southwest, with increasingly dry conditions developing here.

"Further rain and strong winds are expected to affect the north though, and some chilly nights are possible.

"During the remainder of the period there are signals for pressure to build to the west or southwest of the British Isles bringing increasingly settled and warmer conditions, especially to southern areas.

"However, further wet and windy spells are still possible in the north."

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