Paul Gundersen of the British weather service said near-hurricane strength winds of 70 mph could bring up to 2 inches to Scotland and other regions, The Daily Telegraph reported Friday.
The storm follows a dry August around Britain and could cause trees to prematurely drop their leaves, the Woodland Trust said.
While the cool weather is expected to continue into next week, parts of the United Kingdom could experience pleasant above-average temperatures in the last week of September and into October, Gundersen said.
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