Cambridge is set to dodge the full effects of Storm Callum this weekend, as temperatures are set to rise.
Weather experts expected torrential rain and huge winds of up to 70mph in parts of the UK today (October 12) – but the storm is only set to hit parts of Northern Ireland, Scotland, North West England and Wales.
Instead, Cambridge will enjoy relatively warmer temperatures, with bouts of rain and windy conditions.
Today (October 12), we're set to see highs of around 19C amid cloudy skies. The Met Office indicate that it will feel like around 14C, with 24mph winds coming from the south.
It will mostly be dry and will brighten up later.
Saturday will be cloudy but warmer at around 24C, with a 'feels like' temperature of around 17C. There will be 20mph winds heading from the south.
The conditions will be breezy with mostly sunny spells.
The next day however will see light rain and temperatures drop to around 13C, which will feel like around 11C – with 12mph winds.
It will get brighter in the afternoon.
What's Storm Callum?
New weather warnings were issued by the Met Office earlier this week as the nation braces for the potentially deadly storm – which will have 80mph winds and 120mm of rain.
The storm has been given a name, Callum, because it's likely to be so severe – and naming storms encourages people to take the warnings seriously.
The Atlantic storm threatens to disrupt travel for commuters and holidaymakers, cut power, flood roads and put lives at risk due to flying debris and falling trees.
Strong winds with 80mph gusts are expected to lash Northern Ireland, western parts of Scotland and north West England.
t will be a two-day rain event, with up to 120mm possible across some places in Wales, western Scotland, northern England and the Yorkshire and Humber regions by midnight Saturday.
Cambridgeshire, Bedfordshire and Milton Keynes will escape the worse of the weather and will enjoy relatively warm temperatures.