Heavy wind and rain are set to thrash parts of the UK over the coming days, with a “turbulent” week of weather ahead.
The Met Office has issued a yellow rain warning across areas in Northern Ireland and Scotland on both Monday and Tuesday, meaning those areas could see flooding.
Gusts of 40mph are expected over the Irish sea and up to 60mm of rain could fall.
Luke Miall, a meteorologist at the Met Office, said: “There’s a turbulent week of weather ahead, it is starting to look wetter and windier.
“Sunday evening will be dry for most of the UK, though rain will start to push through Northern Ireland, going into Scotland and northern England by Monday morning, suggesting a north-south split.
“The wind will then start to pick up in the early hours of Monday in most regions.”
Most of England will experience mild temperatures with 16C (60.8F) in London and the South East, which is average for this time of year, though it feel cool where the rain is.
Mr Miall added: “Going into Tuesday the rain will start to push towards Wales the south-west of England, with most of the UK seeing rain at some point.
“The winds will be much stronger on Tuesday with heavier showers in Northern Ireland and Scotland.”
He said this was due to a spell of high pressure and air being dragged in from the Mediterranean.
Wednesday is expected to be the warmest day next week, with some areas seeing 18C (64.4F) temperatures.
Mr Miall concluded: “Unlike this week where the weather has been fairly static, next week will be changeable with the rain having the most impact.”