The UK is bracing itself for its first ever named storm, Abigail, tomorrow – but here on the south coast, we’re likely to experience “unseasonable warmth” as a result.
But AccuWeather says that while we may get showers down south tomorrow, the main affect will be higher than normal temperatures.
Meteorologist Eric Leister said: “Even with showers in the forecast, abnormal warmth will continue across Ireland, England and Wales with high temperatures ranging from 12-16 C (53-60 F).
“Southern England will dodge the strongest winds; however, gusts of 50-65 km/h (30-40 mph) are still possible from Thursday afternoon into Friday.”
No Met Office severe weather warnings are in place for the south east of England.
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