Weather in the UK-There are four days of 30C mini heat waves on the card this week, and the British will sizzle in the “hottest spell of the year”
BRITS may be regarded as a mini heat wave, with up to four sunny days in certain places this week, with temperatures reaching 30 degrees Celsius.
John Hammond of Weather Trending said that as the weather gets wetter on weekends, it is “very likely” to reach 30 degrees Celsius or higher on Saturdays and Sundays.
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He told Sun Online: “So far, this will definitely be the hottest period of the year, especially in the south and east of the UK.
“Later this week there will also be quite sultry air. This is the so-called tropical sea air, and it is likely to have quite a lot of clouds.
“So, although the temperature will reach more than 20 degrees quite widely by then, clouds may prevent 30 degrees from reaching 30 degrees until Friday afternoon or more likely on weekends.”
John added: “However, by Saturday and Sunday, as high pressures continue to increase across the country, temperatures of 30 degrees or higher are very likely.
“The high temperature in the southeast on Monday may continue for another day, but early next week, cooler fresh air will blow from the west.”
The weather bureau’s press officer Ollie Clayden said that the southeast corner-including East Anglia and Cambridgeshire-is “a place with better weather.”
He said Tuesday that “it was clear in England”.
The agency predicts a maximum temperature of 26C Nowadays Ollie said that in the south, “it is roughly normal at this time of the year,” and warm temperatures are “universally present”-temperatures in Scotland are expected to reach 22 degrees Celsius.
However, sudden changes happen overnight because temperature Oli said that due to “almost clear skies,” the temperature in rural areas dropped to 3-5 degrees Celsius.
There will be more sunshine on Wednesday, although there will be some rain in northern England and western Scotland.
The highest temperature in the south (including East Anglia and the southeast) is expected to reach 27 degrees Celsius tomorrow, and the temperature in Scotland will also climb to 23 degrees Celsius.
Ollie said that regarding this weekend, “The maximum temperature on Sunday may be 28 degrees Celsius, and it may reach 29 degrees Celsius-we do not rule out the possibility of 30 degrees Celsius.
“The temperature will continue to rise next week.”
Brian Gaze of Weather Outlook said that temperatures will rise for the rest of the week, especially in the southern and central regions.
He explained: “As the southwest air current pulls up the subtropical air, it will also become more and more humid.
“The value may reach the upper limit of 20C, and there may be more than one 30C in the south between Friday and Monday.
“The night temperature in the southern half of the UK will also be very high, and it may not drop below 19 degrees Celsius on Saturday night.”
‘You can see 30C for four days’
He added: “It won’t be so warm in the north, but the temperature in northeastern Scotland may reach 20 degrees Celsius on Sunday.
“By Tuesday, the colder air may return from the Atlantic, but its progress to the southeast is uncertain.
“After the long cool period in April and May, the weather turned around completely.”
Anthony Grist of WX Updates tweeted: “The temperature will definitely rise this week, and we may see high temperatures of 30 degrees Celsius for four days in the southeast.”
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The hottest day of the year so far is June 2, when the temperature in Northolt, London reached 28.3 degrees Celsius, but this record may be broken this weekend.
The temperature in Kent may reach 27 degrees Celsius on Friday.
Ladbrokes has stated that “the temperature will reach 30C this week”, and the bookmaker has a 4/5 chance of requesting a hose ban anywhere in the UK this month, and 4/6 said it is the hottest in history?? June.