‘Indian summer’ set to bring week of warm weather to UK: forecast in Coventry and Warwickshire
A week-long Indian summer will see parts of Britain become warmer than the French Riviera, forecasters say.
This is due to a plume of hot air coming from the mainland carried by the remnants of Hurricane Sam.
While parts of the country will see temperatures soar to 21 degrees, according to the Mirror Online, in Coventry and Warwickshire, the best of warm weather is expected to strike tomorrow (October 7).
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Many homes have turned on their heating lately, but it can be turned off again.
Today (October 6) will be sunny but warmer weather will strike tomorrow.
The Met Office that predicted here will be 18 degrees elevated tomorrow.
While not as high as the north-east of Scotland and England, which will peak at around 21 ° C, it does mean winter woollens can be stored again for a few. days.
Temperatures across Coventry and Warwickshire will drop slightly on Friday and over the weekend, but the Met Office says there will be no rain.
It will make a huge difference to the downpours that have hit our area in recent days which resulted in flooding and even a mini tornado in part of Coventry.
Latest Met Office forecast for our region
According to the Met Office, the weather will be dry and mostly sunny today and it will be warmer.
Today – A dry day with lots of sun, especially in the morning. Cloudier at times all afternoon but remaining dry. Winds lighter than Tuesday, so warmer. Maximum temperature 16 ° C.
Tonight – Remaining mostly dry but becoming cloudy with possibly rain here and there. A sweeter night than last night. Minimum temperature 11 ° C.
Thursday – A fairly cloudy but dry day with some sunny spells or clearings at times. Fairly warm feeling for the time of year despite the southwest breeze. Maximum temperature 20 ° C.
Outlook from Friday to Sunday – Mostly dry and quite warm on Friday and Saturday, with clearings at times after low clouds and fog clearing in the morning. Light and scattered rains could fall southward on Sunday.
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