UK: Temperatures could rise above 30C in parts of country

UK: Temperatures could rise above 30C in parts of country

UK: Temperatures could rise above 30C in parts of country

UK: Temperatures could rise above 30C in parts of country

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  • Forecasters warn temperatures in areas of the UK might reach 30 degrees Celsius next week.
  • It will bring Britain’s first truly hot summer’s day.
  • According to Steve Keates of the Met Office, the following months are likely to bring heatwaves.
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Forecasters warn temperatures in areas of the UK might reach 30 degrees Celsius next week, bringing Britain’s “first truly hot summer’s day,” according to experts.

According to Steve Keates of the Met Office, the following months are likely to bring heatwaves. “There hasn’t been much in the way of unusually warm days or hot days yet this year, but that is going to change,” he added.

“At the conclusion of this week, we’re likely to have a brief period of hot weather.”

Read more: Karachi receives hot temperature as mercury reaches 37 °C

The country will be blessed with a mixed bag of weather as the remnants of Tropical Storm Alex bring a low-pressure system to our shores.

Gusts of up to 55 mph are predicted in some regions of the UK’s north, along with frequent showers and the possibility of thunder.

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However, hot air from Iberia and France will move north, making things feel warmer on Friday and Saturday, when Royal Ascot reaches its peak – hotter even than Hawaii, which is only expected to reach 24°C (77F).

The weather in the south is expected to be good and dry, with temperatures in London reaching 29 degrees Celsius (84 degrees Fahrenheit) on Friday and 24 degrees Celsius (75 degrees Fahrenheit) on Father’s Day, while other experts anticipate low 30s.

Read more: Mainly hot, dry weather expected in most plain areas of country

On Friday, temperatures in South East England might reach 32 degrees Celsius (89.6 degrees Fahrenheit), while Mr. Keates warned: “It could be a little hotter than that… mid-thirties are likely.”

Britain will be hotter than Portugal, Jamaica, Costa Rica, the Canary Islands, and Cyprus as a result of the warm spell.

The warmest day of the year so far occurred in May, when the temperature at Heathrow reached 27.5°C.

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