UK weather forecast: Europe’s scorching heatwave will see a massive blast of sunshine in DAYS – maps


UK weather forecast: Europe’s scorching heatwave will see a massive blast of sunshine in DAYS – maps

Many Britons are expected to get a late dose of sunshine in the coming days, according to new weather forecasts.

By the weekend, a ring of hot weather is anticipated to sweep through Europe, with forecasts calling for a high of 23°C (73°F) on August 24. The hottest temperatures will be found in the south of England, with temperatures ranging from 22 to 23 degrees Celsius in some spots along the south coast. Due to the high pressure charts, the temperature will linger around 21C (69.8F) in London and areas of the South-East.

On Saturday afternoon, temperatures in the North and Midlands will range from 17 to 20 degrees Celsius.

Liverpool, on the other hand, might enjoy a high of 21°C as Britons are treated to a late burst of sunshine.

According to WX Charts, a band of hot weather is forecast to arrive in the UK on September 1st.

On September 2, the graph shows temperatures in the North-West reaching a high of 22 degrees Celsius.

According to the BBC, the North of England will experience dry spells between Thursday and Sunday.

“Sunny will develop from the north throughout the day, and by the evening, many parts of the UK will enjoy a mix of patchy cloud and sunny spells,” they stated.

“Friday will begin gloomy, but sunny spells will occur in the afternoon for the northwest and southern areas.”

These balmy early autumn temperatures are expected to last until September 8, according to WX Charts.

The temperature is expected to reach 23 degrees Celsius in wide sections of the South-East of England on Wednesday, according to the forecaster.

Higher temperatures are expected in the North-East, however temperatures in Wales will remain around 16°C (60.8F).

WX Data predicts that the temperature will increase to 4C (39F) above what is generally predicted on Saturday, based on its temperature anomaly charts.

Indeed, the same graphs indicate temperatures nearing 6 degrees Celsius (42 degrees Fahrenheit), which is what is generally predicted in portions of Scotland on August 31.

The BBC forecast that as the UK entered autumn, cooler weather will return to the country later in the month.

Between September 13 and September 26, they predict: “Throughout the month of September, low pressure is forecast to be the dominant driving factor in the weather, with just minor variances at times.

“Computer simulations have consistently indicated that this is the main trend.

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