UK Weather: When it rains next time in Bristol as the scorching June begins
Public holiday Monday has been the hottest day of the year so far, with temperatures reaching 24 ° C in Bristol.
A three-day weekend proved to be the perfect opportunity for sun worshipers to bask in the blazing sun, with hundreds of photos taking advantage of the scorching weather at Bristol Harborside this weekend, while more flocked to Devon and Cornwall to make the most of it.
And according to the Met Office, tomorrow (Tuesday June 1) will be the hottest day yet with Bristol set for highs of 25C.
The forecast for tomorrow reads: “Another hot and dry day with lots of sun. Becoming windier in the afternoon and evening.
“Warmer than Monday for many, although a little cooler whatever the wind, especially near the coast. Maximum temperature 25 ° C.”
The barbecue time will last until the weekend, with the southwest expected to experience highs of 20 ° C on Saturday and Sunday.
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However, in true British form, downpours should make their way in anticipation of a scorching sun, which could wipe out some of your outdoor plans.
The Met Office has forecast ‘strange rain’ for Thursday and Friday in the southwest, while heavy showers, possibly thunderstorms, will arrive in Cornwall on Wednesday morning.
The UK’s long-term forecast for Saturday 5 June to Monday 14 June says: “Rather mixed conditions expected early in the period, with plenty of good weather around, although just as cloudy and rain flares tending to do it gradually when coming from the west.
“There is also a risk of thunderstorms, especially in the extreme east and south-east, accompanied by very hot or very hot conditions. Otherwise, temperatures will tend to approach the seasonal average, warm in the sunniest areas.
“In the following week a trend for more stable and drier conditions overall, but with that comes a risk of a few showers and longer periods of light rain.
“There is a growing chance that more unstable conditions with wind and rain for the northwestern regions will be possible by the end of the period.”