UK weather forecast: Sunday temperatures will be cooler after Saturday’s heatwave
Summer has officially started.
After a slow and grim start to summer 2021, temperatures are expected to soar this weekend – just in time to usher in the easing of COVID restrictions.
While many of us will be rushing to throw the barbecue and put on our sunglasses, the Met Office has announced an official weather warning amid extremely high UV levels this weekend.
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So when you go out and enjoy the sun, remember to wear high SPF sunscreen.
If you can’t stand the heat, don’t worry as temperatures are expected to drop slightly on Sunday, which will make the summer heatwave a bit more manageable.
Stay safe and enjoy vitamin D.
What is the weather like in the UK?
Temperatures are skyrocketing, with highs of 31 ° C expected on Sunday and Monday.
There will be low clouds and drizzle affecting the north and west of Scotland, but elsewhere one can expect dazzling sunshine, with very hot temperatures, especially in the afternoon.
It is always difficult to fall asleep on a hot day, but luckily high pressure is expected to sweep chilly winds across the UK on Saturday evening, creating a cool, balmy night and a clear, bright morning, with some breezes and drizzle around from the coast areas.
Over the course of Sunday afternoon the high pressure is expected to blow cooler air and bring in some more cloud, creating slightly more overcast conditions across the UK, particularly in the north. In the south, temperatures are expected to remain high.
Evening conditions will remain stable, creating a cool, balmy night and stable temperatures around the twenties for the remainder of the week.