UK Weather – 26C heat wave expected to hit next week, shelter hits British coast

BRITS feels like home holiday this weekend, crowded UK beaches ahead of next week’s 26C heat wave.

Forecasters predict that summer is not over yet – because the impact of high pressure is expected to raise temperatures again.

Travelers to the beach this weekend took advantage of the heat at Lime Regis in DorsetCredit: © Graham Hunt
Films enjoying coastal temperatures on Sunday were also filmedCredit: © Graham Hunt
Dozens of Britons went ashore - another heat wave could come next week
Dozens of Britons went ashore – another heat wave could come next weekCredit: © Graham Hunt
It is expected to reach 26C on Wednesday next Sunday
It is expected to reach 26C on Wednesday next SundayCredit: © Graham Hunt

According to WXCharts, mercury will reach 26 ° C next Sunday in most parts of the country except the east and southwest.

Sun-starved Britons in the eastern region will stagger in the heat, while the western part of the UK will be between 21C and 23C.

A maximum of 23C is expected across Wales, while Scotland and southwest England will reach 24C.

The mini-hotwave is expected to last about 48 hours, starting with some sunlight the week before the temperature cools again.

The Center for Meteorology said: “By next weekend, most parts of the country are likely to experience more dry weather.”

Netweather echoed the forecasts with its long-term forecast, saying there was “a strong signal of above-average pressure during this period.”

After the tragic start of the month they called the heat wave the “taste of summer”.

Meteorologists said the high pressure would “cover most of the country,” looking at “quiet, dry and sunny seasons.”

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It comes after a hot weekend, when the British flocked to parks and beaches and made the most of the weather.

The resort town of Lime Regis in Dorset was full of bathers as dozens of people settled in the sand.

This week, more sunny rain is expected from Monday – but dense clouds and scattered rain will continue from the northwest.

Tuesday is also expected to bring more sun and warmer temperatures.

But don’t set your sunscreen on yet because another heat wave may come at the end of the month, which will last until September.

Forecasters expect cold and humid weather across the UK to continue over the next two weeks, but bright conditions are not yet forecast.

High pressure in the Atlantic is expected to develop in the UK.

As the temperature rises in Europe, the Italian island of Sicily recorded a record high of 48.8 degrees Celsius on Wednesday, up from 48 C in 1977 in Athens.

Temperatures above 40C are also expected in Spain over the next few days.

The 48-hour heat wave will last until Monday, bringing a sunny start to the week
The 48-hour heat wave will last until Monday, bringing a sunny start to the weekCredit: © Graham Hunt
Another heat wave will last until the end of the month and into September
Another heat wave will last until the end of the month and into SeptemberCredit: PA
High pressure in the Atlantic is expected to develop in the UK
High pressure in the Atlantic is expected to develop in the UKCredit: Jeff Robinson

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