Temperatures Could Soar Into The Mid-30s Next Week And Hallelujah
Yes, next week is going to see some dreamy temperatures. While the first part of our weekend is set to be a washout, from Sunday onwards temperatures are set to soar, a Met Office spokesperson has told Pretty52.
The weather body explained that temperatures will build across much of the country in the first part of next week, with the southeast getting the hottest weather.
Tuesday (23rd) and Wednesday (24th) are likely to be our hottest days, with temperatures reaching the low to mid-30s. Unfortunately, the north west is not due to enjoy the same temps, with temps staying near normal.
The weather body's Deputy Chief Meteorologist, Dan Harris, said: "As we head into next week we are expecting some parts of the country to see some very warm weather, which could reach heatwave thresholds."
He added: "However, in the cloudier, windier and wetter parts of the north west temperatures will be nearer normal despite high humidity."
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This latest update might as well be called part 456 in WTF Is Going On With The Weather This Summer, as the UK grapples with weather that's swinging freely between shivery rainy weather and blazing heatwaves.
Just last month, the Met Office issued a yellow weather warning for Northern Ireland, England and parts of Scotland and Wales who experienced heavy rain and thunderstorms - but this was shortly followed by a heatwave which saw temperatures rise to the high-20s and low-30s in some parts of the country.
With rain and thunderstorms blighting much of the country this week, it seems we're in for the same weather U-turn.
Please sort it out weather, it's been a right nightmare for getting ready in the morning.
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