Read the article here. Perfect reading for A2 geographers! and a little worrying for us all !
A tropical storm heading along the US east coast could move across the Atlantic, threatening a dramatic break in the UK’s sizzling summer weather.
Hurricane Bertha, which has now been downgraded to a tropical storm, is expected to weaken as it heads towards Europe.
But its winds of around 75 miles per hour have already caused destruction in Puerto Rico and the Bahamas.
“We won’t be seeing a ‘hurricane in Europe’, but there is a chance we could see a fairly active summer storm,” said the Met Office in a blog.
Have a good read and take note of the weather charts, we will soon be able to interpret these and understand them better in September.