Long-term forecast for the UK: A scorching 32°C heatwave from the Azores will fry the UK – new maps
According to the latest maps and forecast, Britons will have a warm finish to July as high pressure rolls in from the Azores.
According to Netweather’s temperature forecasts, temperatures in several parts of the UK will reach 32 degrees Celsius between July 24 and 26. (87.8F).
As high pressure moves in from the Azores, Netweather’s charts, based on GFS model data, turn dark red across England.
On Saturday, July 24, temperatures in Yorkshire and southeast England might reach 30°C (86°F) due to high pressure across the UK, with lows of 28°C (82.4F).
On this day, temperatures in the southern regions of England will vary from 25°C (77°F) to 28°C (82.4°F), while temperatures in the northern portions will range from 17°C (66.2°F) to 25°C (77°F) (77F).
Scotland will see temperatures ranging from 14 to 24 degrees Celsius (57.2-75.2 degrees Fahrenheit), while most sections of Wales will experience temperatures ranging from 18 degrees Celsius (64.4 degrees Fahrenheit) to 22 degrees Celsius (64.4 degrees Fahrenheit) (73.4F).
On Sunday, July 25, temperatures in Central London will reach 32 degrees Fahrenheit (89.6 degrees Fahrenheit), with lows of 31 degrees Fahrenheit (87.8F).
Other parts of England will have a wide range of temperatures on July 25, with lows of 19C (66.2) and highs of 24C. (86F).
On Monday, July 18, temperatures in southeast England might reach 31 degrees Celsius (87.8 degrees Fahrenheit), with lows of 29 degrees Celsius (84.2F).
The temperature will be more moderate in northern England, ranging between 17C (62.6F) to 22C. (71.6F).
Temperatures in Scotland will range from 11 to 21 degrees Celsius (51.8 to 69.8 degrees Fahrenheit), while most sections of Wales will have mild temperatures of 16 degrees Celsius (60.8 degrees Fahrenheit) to 21 degrees Celsius (60.8 degrees Fahrenheit) (69.8F).
Temperatures are expected to be substantially warmer between Monday, July 19 and Sunday, July 25 according to Netweather’s long-range forecast.
The UK would have “above-average pressure, notably in the north, and an above-average frequency of southerly winds,” according to the forecast.
“There is the potential for troughs to sweep in from the west and fill the gap between the high-pressure centers over the Azores and Scandinavia,” the report continued.
“The UK is most likely to experience a significant heatwave this week, with southerly and south-easterly winds likely to feature as the fine anticyclonic weather breaks down from the west, potentially pulling some hot air masses up from southern Europe and creating the potential for thundery breakdowns.”
Meanwhile, the weather forecast for tomorrow (July 13) is gloomy at first, with isolated showers in southern England, Wales, and elsewhere. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”