Forecast for hot weather: How long will this heat wave last? The most recent maps and weather forecasts
HOT WEATHER has finally arrived after two months of rain in May and June, allowing Brits to get a taste of summer for the first time in a long time. How long, however, will this heat wave last?
Temperatures in some regions of the UK are expected to hit 32 degrees Celsius this weekend, according to forecasters and meteorologists. Despite the fact that the week began with showers and heavy rain, with some sections of London experiencing flooding, summer appears to have finally come. The Met Office anticipates “fine, dry weather” for July, which is fantastic news.
The scorching weather, which began on July 16, is expected to endure barely a few days.
Temperatures are expected to plummet after the weekend’s little heatwave on Wednesday, July 21, according to maps from WXCharts.
The scorching weather is predicted to continue through Tuesday, with highs of 27°C, and then cool down to the mid-20s by Wednesday.
“By the start of this period, there is high confidence that there will be a dramatic transition to considerably more settled and warm water, as an area of high pressure becomes slow moving throughout most of the UK and Ireland,” according to the Met Office’s long-range forecast for Friday through Sunday, July 25.
Looking through Wednesday, the weather may get more disturbed, although temperatures are expected to stay pleasant and dry.
“This period will continue to be impacted by an area of high pressure slowly spreading through the UK,” according to the Met Office forecast for Wednesday to July 30.
“On Wednesday afternoon, there’s a chance of a shower, but it’ll be mostly dry with sunny spells.”
The west of the country will have the greatest sunshine, while the north and east will have a “cloudier and cooler” atmosphere.
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“Following today [Wednesday], it’s probable that we’ll see a shift to more unsettled weather toward the weekend, with sunny spells and heavy, possibly thundery showers moving in from the south,” the forecast says.
In contrast to normal, the northern areas of the country are anticipated to see the driest conditions at this time.
Temperatures will most certainly remain pleasant, if not scorching in some regions of the west of England, until “probably.” Brinkwire Summary News.