Tropical Storm Ernesto is coming, get ready for some really heavy rain

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   HERE COMES THE SUN The hot weather is back but in potential tropical conditions

GETTY HERE COMES THE SUN The hot weather is back but in potential tropical conditions

Forecasters say it's likely to merge with a frontal zone as it approaches Ireland and the United Kingdom on Saturday.

Harvey quickly swept into the Windward Islands on August 18, with peak sustained winds of 45 miles per hour, mainly north of islands, according to the NHC's final Harvey report.

Lane is expected to strengthen over the next three days as it travels west, Derek Wroe, lead forecaster with the National Weather Service in Honolulu, told the Honolulu Star-Advertiser.

The Status Yellow weather warning is for "high intensity rainfall" on Saturday night.

McGivern said: "It will be a fresh start as we begin Friday".

According to Met Eireann, it will be mild and humid tonight, with temperatures unlikely to fall below 13 to 15 degrees Celsius.

However, the south of England is not now set to be impacted by the storm.

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     ROAST Brits will swelter in central eastern and southern parts of England
WEATHERONLINE ROAST Brits will swelter in central eastern and southern parts of England

"But if we end up to the north of the jet stream we will end up with very uncertain weather".

Sunday is forecast for rain and stronger winds in the morning, clearing to brighter spells.

Ernesto, as with Debby, formed from non-tropical low pressure systems that came off the northeast coast or formed over the waters nearby.

It will be cloudy and breezy today (Friday), with rain becoming widespread.

"That rain will eventually move straight into Northern Ireland, pushing into Scotland, north-west England and north-west Wales".

"It will then will be picked up by mid-latitude westerlies and arrive over the United Kingdom late on Saturday". Belfast is forecasted for a peak temperature of 19C.

Sunday's heavy rainfall will continue through to midday, before clearing up in the early afternoon, leading to a muggy evening of damp and drizzle, and temperatures of up to 22C in Bolton.

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