Brighton weather: Met Office Sunday Amber extreme heat warning forecast


The heatwave continues to rumble and today the threat has been heightened as a yellow weather warning for extreme heat goes into effect.

That met office A warning has been issued as mercury in this area is expected to hit around 24C today, while other parts of the UK tip to highs into the 30s.

A spokesman for the National Weather Service said: “A hot spell is likely to develop from Sunday, expected to peak early next week and result in widespread impacts on people and infrastructure.”

Brighton weather forecast hour by hour

Clear skies and a less than 5% chance of rain are forecast for most of the 24 hours today.

  • Midnight: Clear skies, 19C
  • 1 a.m.: Partly cloudy, 18 °C
  • 2 a.m.: Partly cloudy, 18 °C
  • 3 a.m.: Clear skies, 17 °C
  • 4 a.m.: Clear skies, 17 °C
  • 5 a.m.: Clear skies, 17 °C
  • 6 a.m.: Clear skies, 17 °C
  • 7 a.m.: Clear skies, 19 C
  • 8am: Clear skies, 20°C
  • 9am: Clear skies, 21°C
  • 10 a.m.: Clear skies, 21 C
  • 11 a.m.: Clear skies, 22°C
  • Noon: Clear skies, 23C
  • 1 p.m.: Clear skies, 24 °C
  • 2 p.m.: Clear skies, 25 °C
  • 3 p.m.: Clear skies, 26 °C
  • 4 p.m.: Clear skies, 26 °C
  • 5 p.m.: Clear skies, 27 °C
  • 6 p.m.: Clear skies, 27 °C
  • 7 p.m.: Clear skies, 26 °C
  • 8 p.m.: Clear skies, 25 °C
  • 9 p.m.: Clear skies, 24 °C
  • 10 p.m.: Clear skies, 23 °C
  • 11 p.m.: Clear skies, 22 °C

What is a red severe weather warning?

The Met Office is forecasting an exceptionally hot spell for Monday and Tuesday, which will result in “widespread impacts on people and infrastructure”.

A red severe weather warning has been issued for parts of the country – these are issued when “dangerous weather is expected”.

During this time, you should take steps to protect yourself and others from the effects of the storm if you have not already done so.

What weather warnings mean

Cabinet Office Secretary Kit Malthouse said the Government was preparing for a “surge” in demand for the NHS and other services due to the expected heatwave.

After chairing a meeting of Cobra’s Civil Emergencies Committee in Whitehall, Mr Malthouse urged the public to keep an eye out for people who are particularly vulnerable in the heat. Brighton weather: Met Office Sunday Amber extreme heat warning forecast

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