Met Office forecasts where Storm Ernesto will hit

UK weather Storm Ernesto is on track for the UK

Storm Ernesto will bring strong gusts of wind as the tail end batters the UK

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Though there's to be sunshine over parts of Munster and Leinster during Saturday day time, Met Éireann has said that heavy rain "will develop later in the day along the Atlantic Seaboard and will become widespread early Saturday night".

Subtropical Storm Ernesto looks set to bring wet and windy weather to parts of the United Kingdom this weekend, as it makes its way over the Atlantic.

The winds created by the storm will border on severe, with enough power to threaten significant property damage, according to the Beaufort Wind Scale.

A WXCharts map shows a new wave of humid and warmer air take over the south-east of England, Cornwall and Wales starting on Monday.

Temperatures are predicted to reach the mid-20s, with possible highs of 25C.

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And while next week will see more autumnal weather, the warmth isn't quite over yet.

Met Eireannhas also issued a weather warning for the entire country.

'It is expected to track north eastward towards the UK.

A southwards shift in the jet stream has allowed low pressure from the Atlantic Ocean to unleash cooler and wetter weather across the UK.

And forecasters say that Yorkshire will see the majority of the bad weather on Sunday, with rain predicted for the majority of the day.

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