Met Office Weather Forecast: Exact time for the heatwave to peak in Brighton today

Although Brighton is unaffected by the red weather warning affecting central parts of the UK today, it will still be a scorcher.

A met office The yellow warning remains in place for the region, stating that the extreme weather conditions could result in “widespread impacts on people and infrastructure”.

As well as the potential for serious illness or even “mortal danger”, particularly among vulnerable individuals, the heatwave will inevitably impact coastal areas as people flock to the sea to cool off on the coast, leading to an increased risk of water security incidents .

If you want to know how hot it will be today and when, here is the hourly forecast.

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Brighton Met Office Weather Forecast

Despite the high temperatures, there is a risk of light showers tonight before becoming dry again tonight and tomorrow.

Here is the Met Office hourly forecast for today:

  • Midnight: Cloudy, 22°C
  • 1am: Clear skies, 21°C
  • 2am: Clear skies, 21°C
  • 3 a.m.: Clear skies, 20 °C
  • 4 a.m.: Clear skies, 20 °C
  • 5 a.m.: Clear skies, 19 C
  • 6 a.m.: Clear skies, 20 °C
  • 7am: Clear skies, 21°C
  • 8am: Clear skies, 22°C
  • 9 a.m.: Clear skies, 23 °C
  • 10 am: Clear skies, 24 °C
  • 11 a.m.: Clear skies, 25°C
  • Noon: Clear skies, 26C
  • 1 p.m.: Clear skies, 27 °C
  • 2 p.m.: Sunny intervals, 28 °C
  • 3 p.m.: Clear skies, 29 °C
  • 4 p.m.: Clear skies, 30 °C
  • 5 p.m.: Clear skies, 30 °C
  • 6pm: Light showers, 30C
  • 7pm: Light showers, 31C
  • 8 p.m.: Light showers, 29°C
  • 9 p.m.: Clear skies, 27 °C
  • 10 p.m.: Clear skies, 26 °C
  • 11 p.m.: Clear skies, 25 °C

How long will the heatwave last – UK forecast

After today, expect another day of extremely hot weather conditions before cooling off to temperatures that are more normal for this time of year – around 22C – according to the Met Office, according to the Met Office.

Cloudy skies could bring showers or prolonged periods of rain.

Dry conditions are likely to return on Thursday but with temperatures remaining similar to the previous day it should feel a lot less oppressive than it is now.

Looking further ahead into July, a Met Office spokesman said: “For many, fair and dry weather is likely to materialize later in the period as high pressure slowly builds up across the UK early next week.

“The southern parts may return to warm to very warm, while much of the north and northwest will see temperatures closer to normal.

“Towards the end of July, conditions could shift to generally more unsettled conditions.” Met Office Weather Forecast: Exact time for the heatwave to peak in Brighton today

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