UK Heatwave Forecast: Summer Heatwave Begins TOMORROW for Ten Days – 28C Heat Coming | Weather | New
Many Brits experienced a wash today, bringing the scorching sun seen for much of the week to an abrupt end. But the latest weather charts indicate the hot sun is expected to return tomorrow, with an afternoon forecast of 23 ° C – with mild conditions set to last until Monday, June 14.
Netweather’s temperature charts forecast 23 ° C at 6 p.m. Sunday in south-eastern England.
A hot 21C is expected in the north of England, with parts of Scotland expected to see highs of 19C.
The increasingly milder conditions are expected to continue through Sunday, with much of the country expected to see temperatures soar to 20 degrees.
As we move into the new work week, the weather is expected to improve further with the mercury forecast reaching the mid-1920s.
Thermometers are expected to rise to 24C on Wednesday afternoon, with peaks of 23C expected across much of eastern England.
Highs of 25 ° C are forecast in the capital on Thursday evening, with a warm forecast of 23 ° C in parts of Scotland and Northern Ireland.
Friday June 11 should be even hotter because 26 ° C is expected in the early afternoon.
But the best of the heatwave will come this weekend, with 27C expected in the Southeast.
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The red coloring therefore indicates that the warm weather forecast for June 15 is much warmer than the typical seasonal average.
Warm weather is expected to continue through Sunday June 13 and early the following week before cooling slightly on Tuesday June 15.
As for this weekend, the Met Office predicts a “fine and dry” Saturday for the most part, with sunny spells and hot sunshine.
They said temperatures from Sunday to Tuesday would be “generally warm or very hot”, although there could be a few scattered showers.
The period between Tuesday, June 8 and Thursday, June 17 will start hot and dry, according to the Met Office.
They said: “A stabilized pattern with prevailing high pressure will be in place early next week, bringing sunny spells and mostly light winds, although winds could strengthen in the extreme northwest for some time. time.
“The temperature will tend towards the warmer side of the mean.”