Scots are set to suffocate as temperatures rise to 24C next week
SCOTLAND is expected to smother under the sun next week as temperatures soar to highs of 24C.
The rain will be persistent for the next few days but it will still be warm.
This is bad news for the weekend as Saturday and Sunday are expected to bring more clouds, with areas of rain and showers descending to the south.
After unstable weather in recent days, Scotland will be hit by some heat with above average temperatures.
The sun will appear next week as forecasts predict a low of 20 Sunday through Monday.
The Met Office said better weather would come on Sunday: “A nice dry spell with long periods of sunshine and getting hotter. The winds will be light.
The west of the country will experience warmer weather compared to the east.
Glasgow will be around 24C – one of the hottest places in Scotland next Tuesday.
Edinburgh will record 21 ° C and in the north in Aberdeen temperatures will reach teenagers with 17 ° C on Tuesday.
The Met Office continued, “Temperatures will be warm for the most part, although locally suppressed under the unstable weather.
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“Confidence is lower later in the period, although overall a fine and dry weather is very likely, however, there are signals for brief unstable periods with showers in the southern and southern regions. east, and possibly more prolonged rains in the northwest.
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“Temperatures will most likely be above normal, with the potential for very hot or very hot days in the south.
“The winds are likely to be light to moderate everywhere, with a westerly flow in the northern areas and an easterly flow in the south.”
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