HOT WEATHER FORECAST FOR THE UK: NEXT WEEK, THE CHART WILL TURN RED FROM THE HEAT BURST – LATEST MAP
The newest maps and projections reveal that Britons will enjoy scorching weather next weekend as high pressure creeps in from Europe.
According to Netweather’s temperature forecasts, temperatures in several parts of the UK will reach as high as 25°C between July 17 and 18. (77F). In a two-day warm blast, temperature charts based on GFS model data glow bright red across parts of Northern England.
On July 17, temperatures in Yorkshire could reach as high as 25°C (77°F) due to high pressure across the UK, with lows of 23°C (73.4F).
On this day, temperatures in the southern portions of England will vary between 22C (71.6F) and 24C (78.8F), while temperatures in the northern sections will range between 20C (68F) and 23C. (73.4F).
Scotland will experience temperatures range from 14 to 24 degrees Celsius (57.2-75.2 degrees Fahrenheit), while most of Wales will have temperatures between 19 and 22 degrees Celsius (66.2 degrees Fahrenheit) (71.6F).
The high of 25°C (77°F) on Saturday, July 17 will be equaled in more regions of the country on Sunday, July 18.
Central Scotland, Yorkshire, northeast and north-west England, and the West Midlands will see highs of 25°C (77°F), with lows of 23°C (73.4°F) or 24°C (77°F) (75.2F).
On July 18, temperatures in southern England will range from 21°C (69.1) to 24°C (75.2F).
Temperatures could be substantially warmer next weekend, according to Netweather’s long-range forecast, which runs from Monday, July 12 to Sunday, July 18.
“Most sections of the UK will be both drier and brighter than average,” the forecast continued.
“East Anglia and south-east England will be the primary outliers, with near-average sunshine more likely.”
In his weekly Netweather forecast, veteran weather forecaster Michael Fish predicted that “more warmer weather” will arrive in the second half of next week.
Next weekend’s mild weather comes ahead of a ridge of high pressure moving in from the Azores at the end of the month, which might bring even more sunny weather.
Meanwhile, the Met Office predicts a north-south divide today, with temperatures in Scotland and northern England being warmer than those in the Midlands and farther south.
Wimbledon spectators, on the other hand, should expect to keep drier than those in the north, who may face thunderstorms.
“It’s going to be a mixed weekend for the vast majority of us,” Met Office forecaster Greg Dewhurst said.
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