You may not be surprised to hear that autumn has been one of the warmest on record. The Met Office have totted up the data from 1st September to 25 November (meteorologically autumn is September-November) and this looks set to be the third warmest autumn on record, going back to 1910.
It's the end of November and the end of our meteorological Autumn, and it has been the third mildest Autumn on record!
The reason our weather has been so mild is because of the jet stream - but will it stay dry and mild this weekend? Laura lets us know in her weekend forecast.
It’s the big question with an easy answer - no! Unfortunately (for most). While many storms in America cross the Atlantic and reach our shores a few days later, this one is going to track north into Greenland and will never come anywhere near us. We stick with unsettled weather, spells of rain and wind, thankfully nothing as stormy as last week.