Many coastal areas face flood warnings and high winds are causing more widespread problems, ahead of tomorrow's cold snap.
Snow will be restricted to high areas of Scotland and Northern Ireland, but many of us will feel the cold and may see some sleety showers.
After battering the Philippines, typhoon Haiyan will head north-west across the South China Sea, skimming Vietnam in the next 24 hours.
A powerful storm with wind speeds of 80mph is expected to cross the southern half of Britain on Monday morning.
On average Britain has more tornadoes per square kilometre, per year than the United States, although they are rarely seen or documented.
It is set to feel more like autumn as we head into October, with heavy rain and thunder in places.
Calm conditions make way for midweek fog and mist.
Today marks the Autumn Equinox in the northern hemisphere - nature's first day of autumn.
After the wet and windy Autumn days we have been enduring, temperatures will rise again to up to 21 degrees this weekend.
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