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UK weather: More heatwaves on the way as temperatures are expected to hit 28C this week

Most of the UK will see temperatures hovering around 20C all week, with mercury rising to 28C on Wednesday and Thursday

Warm weather is still on the way this week
Warm weather is still on the way this week

Warm summer weather is expected to continue this week, with the Met Office predicting clear skies and light winds for most of the UK – and scorching highs of up to 28C over the course of the week.

Blue skies are very likely for Monday, forecasters say, with temperatures expected to be significantly milder than Sunday.

Many parts of Britain will see temperatures of 20C and above on Monday, although it won’t be nearly as hot as late last week, when highs of 33C were recorded in some parts of the South East on Friday – the hottest day of the year year so far.

Temperatures are expected to rise later in the week, however.






Crowds flock to Bournemouth beach during the scorching weather on Friday (June 17). Hot air originating in North Africa and flowing through Spain brought highs of 33C

“For those of you wondering if last week’s hot sunny spell was our summer, don’t worry, this week is looking pretty warm too,” said BBC forecaster Chris Fawkes.

“We’re going to be moving in milder winds that will pull in air originating from North America — that milder air will be coming in behind a warm front.”

“It’ll feel warm in this sunshine.”

Fawkes said Wednesday could bring high temperatures of up to 28C across England and Wales.

“In the north and west, where it remains a bit cloudier, temperatures are generally more in the high teens,” he added.

Monday will be “beautiful, dry and bright with plenty of sunshine and light winds for most areas,” the Met Office said in its forecast. “Warmer for most than Sunday. Cloudier with patchy rain in the far northwest.”

Birmingham, Sheffield and Newcastle will see highs of 21C, while Cardiff will peak at 20C and London at 22C. Temperatures are slightly lower in Scotland, reaching highs of 19°C in Glasgow and 17°C in Aberdeen. Edinburgh can reach up to 20C, according to the Met Bureau.

Tonight is expected to be clear and dry in England and Wales and cool in the south. Clouds and rain are expected in the far north west and are slowly moving across Scotland and Northern Ireland with some heavier outbreaks in the far north.






Visitors play volleyball on the beach, on June 17, 2022 in Bournemouth, England

Five day weather forecast for Great Britain

Today:

Fine, dry and bright with plenty of sunshine and light winds for most areas. Warmer than Sunday for most. Cloudy with patchy rain in the extreme north-west.

This evening:

Clear and dry England and Wales, getting cool in the south. Clouds and rain are slowly moving across Scotland and Northern Ireland far to the north-west, with some stronger outbreaks far to the north.

Tuesday:

Fair and sunny for most of England and Wales, away from the far north west and warm. Cloudy over the north and northwest with light rain.

Outlook for Wednesday to Friday:

Mainly dry with lots of sunshine, feeling warm. Scotland and Northern Ireland at times cloudier with light rain/drizzle. More restless and cooler from Friday with risk of showers for most.

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