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Alina Jenkins spearheaded this week’s Countryfile weather forecast, and began with a stark warning.

She announced: “If you take anything away form this forecast let it be that it is going to be windy.”

Explaining that the blustery conditions will be leftover from “remnants of Hurricane Helene”, she went on to explain that the western side of Scotland will see a fair bit of wind in the coming week.

Tonight’s weather, however, will see a “fairly muggy and humid night” across the south of the country.

Alina continued: “The area of low pressure of Hurricane Helene are working north through the western side of the country.”

Monday will see further outbreaks of rain throughout the western side of Scotland, Alina revealed.

“It will be mainly dry through much of England and Wales,” she added.

“With temperatures from 19 to 20 widely, and 24 to 25 in the south east.”

However the day will finish with some strong winds and heavy rain in northern areas of Northern Ireland and England.

Tuesday will see the strongest gusts of the week, however.

But Alina revealed it will also be “quite a warm feeling day.”

Wednesday winds may reach 60 to 70mph with dryness in the south east. But the pressure of Hurricane Helene will “begin to reinvigorate Thursday,” Alina went on.

This will provide a “lot of showers, although will remain on the warm side".

The moving band of rain which will arrive on Friday holds a lot of cold weather behind it, Alina concluded.

Friday will see some appreciable rain, bringing the temperatures down.

She said it will “still be a breezy day, [with] spells of sunshine - a little warmer".

But she finished off her report with a hint at the possibility of a large storm awaiting England for the weekend.

She teased: “If you notice behind me there is something a little bit more unsettled as we head towards the weekend.”

As a large round of rain sat behind her on the interactive map, she may have revealed the end of the soaring temperatures.

Countryfile’s weather forecast airs Sundays at 7.50pm on BBC One.


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