British weather-the British bake in the sun at 31 degrees Celsius as they flock to the beach and bar gardens, while the scorching heat wave continues
On the hottest day of the year so far, sun-thirsty British people flocked to the beach-today the temperature soared again to 31 degrees Celsius.
Yesterday, at 7 am on the hottest day of the year, people basking in the sun heated up on the beach Blowtorch directly from the Azores Attack the British coast.
Tom Morgan, a meteorologist at the Met Office, said: “In the next few days, we will have a long period of hot weather.”
He added that most of the next week is expected to have a long period of hot weather, adding: “This will mean that people will really feel the effects of the high temperature during the course of the week.”
The arrival of a small heat wave caused the temperature in Ballywatticock, Northern Ireland to rise to a high of 31.2 degrees Celsius-the hottest day in the history of the province.
Britain is warmer than the Bahamas and Tenerife.
In England, Coton In The Elms in Derbyshire on Saturday recorded 30.3C, surpassing the 29.7C recorded in southwest London on June 14.
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So far, Usk in Monmouth, Wales, and Threave in Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland have also set a record for this year’s highest temperature of 28.2 degrees Celsius.
However, the Bureau of Meteorology said that as the summer heat wave continues, temperatures in England and South Wales may be higher on Sunday.
Sun worshippers who have experienced tragic weather for weeks will not waste any time.
in Dorset, Early yesterday morning, many families started building on the beach to defeat the crowd.
By 7 in the morning, many people had found their place by the water of Branksome Chine in Poole.
With a stubborn friend Tynemouth, North Tyneside Went for a better one.
People saw these women jumping into the waves to paddle at sunrise.
The parking lot in Bournemouth was full at lunchtime, and tourists were urged to avoid popular beaches.
After thousands of people tried to visit, the committee also completely closed Sandbanks, a playground for millionaires.
The temperature in London and the southeast will reach about 32 degrees Celsius today.
Moreover, in order to change, all parts of the country are sharing the wonderful weather.
Before the warmth moved south, Midlands and Yorkshire were among the hottest places today.
At the same time, the highest temperature on Monday is expected to shift to the western region.
Before June 14 is the hottest day of 2021, the temperature in Teddington, southwest London, is 29.7 degrees Celsius.
But parts of North Yorkshire, Merseyside and Cambridgeshire have reached 30C.
Motorists faced traffic chaos as they rushed to the coast.
And in Bournemouth– Places where major events were announced in June 2020 After thousands of people crowded on the beach-the police are preparing for a difficult weekend.
The force warned: “Some of our employees have tested positive for the new crown virus or are in self-isolation. The waiting time for 101 calls this weekend will be longer.
“We expect it to be very busy and will give priority to 999 calls.”
Simon Partridge, a meteorologist at the Bureau of Meteorology, said the weather may surprise people, “because so far this summer has not been so good.”
“The temperature has generally been below average for some time-the temperature difference is the most obvious in such a short period of time,” he said.
“But it will affect most parts of the UK, which is a bit unusual-Scotland and Northern Ireland have just ushered in the warmest day of the year.”
Bookmakers have greatly reduced the likelihood of this month becoming the hottest July on record.
Ladbrokes has reduced the odds from 6/4 to only 5/4.
Spokesperson Alex Apati said: “It’s time to bring out beach towels and sunscreen. Records may be broken these days.”
But the health officer warned Britons to stay safe during the heat wave.
The alert continued until Tuesday, when the head of Public Health England urged people seeking sunlight to drink plenty of water and stay away from sunlight between 11 am and 3 pm.
As the Covid restrictions are finally lifted, the “Freedom Day” that the UK yearns for will be a beautiful day.
Social distancing will end and the club will reopen at midnight tonight Hanging out at a bar with friends is a reward.
At the same time, there will be no quarantine holidays to return to the double stab British.
However, due to the complete vaccination, the sun break time is chaotic Passengers from France are told to self-isolate -Although the country is still on the amber list.
Simultaneously Ibiza, Menorca and Mallorca have been moved to the amber list —— Forcing vacationers to take exams And flights to get home on time.
This means that the stunning weather this weekend will be more popular with Britons who are eager to rest.