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'Dramatic shift' in UK weather to come as Indian blast to hit within days
forecaster for Exacta Weather, said: “Low pressure will take charge through the end of September and for many this will bring a bout of autumnal wind and rain.READ MORE: UK braced for arctic storm this weekend with five days freezing temperatures expected“However, there are strong signals for a change in the weather during the start of October, and this will be to something much warmer.“Temperatures are looking like rising, and there are strong signals for a decent spell of Indian summer weather.”Mr Madden was adamant that Britons should take advantage of the brief warm weather before the country re-enters a period of turbulent weather.He said: “As the month progresses, we are likely to see a significant rise in the risk of stormy weather during the second half of October and into November, and this could be widespread.“In addition, evenings and mornings will start turning notably cooler in October despite the mid-autumn warmth and settled weather.“The risk for widespread ground frosts will increase again as we go through the month.”Jim Dale, meteorologist at British Weather Services said: “The middle of the week is likely to be the coldest, [while] next week, however, there are now signs of a change to much warmer conditions, with temperatures back up to 20C.”To stay up to date with all the latest news, make sure you sign up to one of our newsletters here.Mr Dale said the warm weather will be reminiscent of spring-time: “We could see four or five days of high pressure and it will feel quite warm again, even a bit spring-like.“As we are now in October and have had a spell of colder weather, it would be appropriate to describe this as an Indian Summer.“Next Monday is looking like being the warmest day, but temperatures
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Glamorous 48-day river cruise takes passengers through nine countries
cruise lovers will be blown away by an incredible new route which takes you on a whopping 46-day adventure. Uniworld’s new “Rivers of the World” cruise will set sail on may 20 2023 – and you’ll journey through nine countries on five incredible ships.That means you’ll never get bored of the activities and entertainment on board as you hop from ship-to-ship surrounded by all the luxury and glamour you desire. READ MORE: Cruise ship worker reveals the 'only way' passengers can get free cabin upgrades You’ll start your adventure in Egypt where you’ll sail the Nile in glamour aboard the S.S.Sphinx and spot ancient sites in the glorious North African sunshine.Make sure to pack light clothes like linen for vintage Poirot vibes.Then, you’ll head up to Lugano in Switzerland on a flight for a two night stay on land followed by another two-day trip across land to fashionable Milan in Italy.Don’t forget to try the Schnitzel and sea the gorgeous architecture while you’re there!From this point, you’ll sail for a week along the Po River and Venice Lagoon then you’ll go north up to Hungary and board the S.S Maria Theresa in Budapest – a city known for its spas, ruin bars and goulash.You’ll sail for a week to Passau, Germany, which lies on the Austrian border at the joining of the Danube, Inn and Ilz rivers.It’s overlooked by a stunning 13th Century fortress which houses a museum and observation tower for the best views.The fourth leg of the journey passes on France’s river Seine on the S.S.
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Boxing champ Oleksandr Usyk seen cheering on Ukraine during draw with Scotland
Boxing world champion Oleksandr Usyk was seen cheering on Ukraine during their draw with Scotland on Tuesday night.Usyk was pictured in the crowd at the Cracovia Stadium in Krakow before and during the match as his nation closed out their Nations League campaign with a goalless draw in Poland. The match had been moved from Ukraine due to the ongoing conflict with Russia back in Usyk's home nation following the invasion earlier this year.The heavyweight title holder could be seen signing the national anthem and holding his country's flag prior to kick-off before taking in the action from his seat.READ MORE: Tyson Fury says he wants to 'strangle the life' out of Oleksandr Usyk in savage videoTuesday night's result means that Ukraine finished second in their group, two points behind Scotland, who have been promoted to League A.Usyk is an avid football fan and even signed a short-term deal with second tier Ukrainian side FC Polissya at the start of this year, before making his professional debut for the club in February.He has since returned to the ring after defending his country from invading Russian troops in the aftermath of the invasion, winning his rematch with Anthony Joshua last month.Who should Oleksandr Usyk's next opponent be? Let us know in the comments section belowUsyk successfully defended his WBA, IBO, WBO and IBF belts with a split decision victory in Saudi Arabia to move to 20-0 as a professional.The Cat has since hinted at retirement, though, but plans to fight both Tyson Fury and Canelo Alvarez before hanging up his gloves."I can have three more fights at the very most," he explained, via The Sun.
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