continued: “We will continue to monitor the situation over the weekend and may update the warnings, as details in the timing and potential impacts become clearer. According to the Mirror the UK's Indian Summer could come to a close on Tuesday with the arrival of a 65mph 800 mile-wide storm. You can check the latest weather warnings on our severe weather warnings pages and you can get the most accurate and up to date forecast for your area using our forecast pages and by following us on Twitter and Facebook, as well as using our mobile app which is available for iPhone from the App store and for Android from the Google Play store. STORM Aiden will be the first cyclone to batter the UK this winter as the Met Office releases its full list of storm names for the coming year. There is some room for sunshine on Tuesday Therefore we’re urging people to keep a close eye on the forecast, flood alerts and warnings in their areas.". single authoritative system should aid the communication of approaching severe weather through media partners and other government agencies This weekend the UK will be influenced by two active low-pressure systems, as Storm Aiden brings heavy rain and strong winds on Saturday, followed the remains of ex-Hurricane Zeta on Sunday. Take care when travelling in heavy rain, wind and thunderstorms. Good afternoon all the first named storm of the 2020/21 named storm season has been named storm Aiden. Senior meteorologist Marco Petagna warned that, as a deep area of low pressure approaches, the end of this week could provide "fireworks" for the UK's weather system. The Met Office has predicted wet and windy weather for the entire nation, with a storm moving from the west on Saturday followed by the tail edge of a hurricane on Sunday. Met Office meteorologist Emma Salter said: "It won't be as cold as it has been. "With time, northern parts of the UK may tend to become drier and more settled overall, with low pressure systems tending to track further south. Met Office Chief Meteorologist Frank Saunders said: “This week has been fairly unsettled and we’ll see this typical autumnal weather continuing over the weekend, with heavy rain and strong winds expected to bring disruption and risk of flooding to some areas. All of the UK is will get wet weather this weekend and there is a risk of flooding and travel disruption. Gary White, Duty Tactical Manager for Natural Resources Wales said: “The predicted heavy rain is likely to cause flooding up and down the country over the next few days and in to the weekend, so we’re advising people to keep up to date with flood warnings and alerts issued in their areas. The Met Office has put severe yellow weather warnings … The Met Office … Support your business with world-leading science and technology. If the rough conditions remain strong enough to warrant a warning from the government's weather agency then it could be officially named as Storm Aiden, making it the first storm of the season. “Given that this is falling on already saturated ground from what has been a wet October, there is an increased risk of flooding in some warnings areas. With very strong winds forecast, it is possible that countries in the south-west Europe naming group – France, Spain, Portugal and Belgium – may name ‘Storm Alex’, which is the first name on their list for 2020-2021, rather than Storm Aiden, says the Met Office. Marco Petagna, a Met Office forecaster, said that the flooding could happen "almost anywhere" across the weekend in light of Storm Aiden By Dominic Penna 31 October 2020 • 12:33pm , the national weather service in Ireland, named Storm Aiden on Friday due to strong winds and heavy rain. UK weather: Halloween washout as Met Office warns of heavy rain, strong winds and flooding . The Met Office is forecasting heavy rain and strong winds for most of the upcoming week with gale-force winds expected as we head into October. The Met Office has issued a yellow warning which could result in a danger to life as Storm Aiden brings heavy rain and strong winds to Britain. Aiden, named by Met Éireann. The northwest may remain mostly dry and bright.". “As the heavy rain and strong winds from Storm Aiden sweeps eastwards on Saturday, another system quickly follows on Sunday that contains the remnants of ex-Hurricane Zeta, bringing further heavy rain and strong winds. A stormy start to October is predicted as Met Office experts warn of wet and windy conditions across the country, Sign up to our newsletter for daily updates and breaking news.