Heatwave to return in the UK, according to the long-term forecast! New maps show the Azores explosion heading for the United Kingdom.
According to a weather forecaster, Britain is due for another heatwave as a hot Azores blast heads towards the country.
On Tuesday, the UK saw the hottest day of the year, with a high of 32.2°C at Heathrow Airport in west London, and a high of 31.1°C in Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire, yesterday. However, forecasters are now predicting heavy rain and thundery showers over the country this weekend, particularly on Sunday. From early Saturday to midnight Sunday, the Met Office has issued a yellow rain warning for central and southern England and Wales.
However, a heatwave might return by mid-August, according to Brian Gaze, a forecaster at Weather Outlook, as high pressure from the Azores brings temperatures back into the “upper 20s.”
“Computer models are showing a changeable start to August, with temperatures a touch below normal and the risk of showers or extended periods of rain,” he told this website.
“The south is anticipated to have the driest and warmest conditions, but even there, things are looking mixed.
“During the second third of the month, there are tentative indications of high pressure building towards the UK from the Azores.
“This would enhance the likelihood of drier and warmer periods, especially in the southern half of the UK, where temperatures might reach the mid- to upper-twenties.
“At this time, computer models do not indicate that exceptionally hot weather will return, but there is still plenty of time for things to alter this summer.”
According to the latest Netweather heat maps, the southeast of England will have highs of 23°C on Wednesday, August 4, while Kent and Essex will experience 22°C.
The hot air then moved north a few days later, with temperatures reaching 23 degrees in the Yorkshire Dales and Leeds on Saturday, August 7.
On the same day, highs of 21°C are forecast in Birmingham and Gloucester, with 23°C expected in London, Brighton, and Southampton in the southeast.
Weather The seasonal forecast from Outlook has been updated. Due to a mix of heavy showers and dry weather, August might start on a wet note.
However, temperatures could reach “above normal” and “very warm times” in the second half of the month.
“Mixed with showers or.” Brinkwire Summary News, it claimed.