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Britain will be hotter than ISTANBUL this week as hurricane fallout will result in a 21C Indian summer explosion

The UK will be hotter than Istanbul this week as fallout from Hurricane Sam brings temperatures of 21 ° C.

Indian summer for 5 days gets warmer weather Later this week – but only after the second 60mph storm hit the country tomorrow.

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Five-day Indian summer will have a warmer climate later this weekCredit: Alamy
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After the first fall storm struck on Saturday, another Atlantic storm will bring more washouts and strong winds on Monday.

But then Hurricane Sam, Rotate near Iceland and breathe warm subtropical air to the north.

The highest temperature in the BBC weather forecast jumps to 20 degrees Celsius from Thursday to Monday.

In Istanbul, up to 21 ° C (6 ° C higher than average) is expected in some places above 19 ° C.

According to the Met Office, many people continue to be dry and sunny, with some having foggy mornings, but in the northwest there are rainy and windy conditions.

Marco Petagna, a forecaster for the Met Office, said:

A forecaster from the British Meteorological Agency said:

“On Tuesday, rain, heavy and strong coastal winds will affect England and Wales.

“It will be warmer and more calm from Wednesday. Temperatures are expected to be above average during the period and over the weekend, with sunny days and fog all night long.

“But in the northwest, unstable conditions such as clouds, rain and strong winds are predicted.”

Former BBC and Met Office forecaster John Hammond said, “If Sam gets warmer southerly and the temperature rises significantly, there is talk of Indian summer.”

Next week’s warmth will continue tomorrow, and the first week of October will begin.

Andy Page, chief meteorologist at the Met Office, said:

“As another meteorological system moves from the Atlantic Ocean, more coastal strong winds can occur in the south and west from late Monday to Tuesday.

“There is a great deal of uncertainty in the orbit of this system, but it now seems to bring more heavy rain and strong winds to parts of Wales and southern England.”

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Britain will be hotter than ISTANBUL this week as hurricane fallout will result in a 21C Indian summer explosion

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