In the Central Atlantic, Subtropical Storm Ernesto has changed little with 40 miles per hour winds just keeping it at storm status.
Where will the storm hit?
So you might want to cancel your weekend plans if you have any.
Northern England, parts or Ireland and southern Scotland are all most likely to feel the brunt of the heavy storm.
The track of the storm will see it head for Ireland on Saturday night, but it's not expected to be too severe with rain and some relatively strong breezes being predicted.
Winds from the storm will generate significant swells over part of the north-central Atlantic.
Weather experts have recommended to make sure all loose objects outside are fastened securely, and to cancel any unnecessary trips as the strong winds will make driving hazardous.
Temperatures are forecasted to reach the mid-20s on Saturday, though they could climb to as high as 25 degrees in parts of the south and south-east.
The weather will most likely be stormy this weekend especially in the north-east.
Looking ahead to next week, however, warmer weather is expected to return throughout the United Kingdom, sending temperatures rising above average into the high 20 and 30Cs.
The remnants of another sub-tropical storm will provoke some heavy weekend rainfall for the UK.
A southwards shift in the jet stream has allowed low pressure from the Atlantic Ocean to unleash cooler and wetter weather across the UK.
Friday and the weekend will be largely similar, with showers and strong gusts primarily in Scotland and northern England, according to forecasters.