UK Weather – Britain will be surprised by temperatures of 25 C this weekend

Sun-loving Britons should be in for an amazing 25C sizzle this weekend.

But good weather will not last long, with heavy rains across the country on Monday.

Swimmers Millie Patmore and Rose McGinnell enjoy drowning at sea in BrightonCredit: LNP
The British are enjoying the summer in Britain today
Temperatures are expected to rise to 25C this weekend
Temperatures are expected to rise to 25C this weekendCredit: Jeff Robinson
People in Portsmouth catch the rays
People in Portsmouth catch the raysCredit: Soland

The 1,000-mile-wide “heat dome” surrounds the UK, pushing temperatures to 25 ° C until Sunday today.

However, “violent rain” will cross the country on Monday, causing a “significant drop in temperature”.

Meteorologist Adam Thornhill of the Center for Meteorology said: ‘Windy, dry and hot weather will continue in the north of England following low pressure systems this week and over the weekend. Azores. “

“After the cold front, conditions will be very autumn, with many people feeling cold and with heavy rain,” he added.

Today low clouds and drizzle will affect the western and southwestern regions while the east will be affected by warmer temperatures.

A NetWeather forecast said: ‘The general northwest-southeast section will continue on Friday, with most parts of the east of the UK, especially the east and south of the UK, benefiting from the hot sun, but light rain in cloudy western Scotland, Cumbria and western Wales.

“Warm and sunny weather in the southwest and east is expected to spread over most parts of the UK over the weekend.

“Temperatures will drop to a low point in the mid-20s.”

Fortunately, Saturday will be sunny and hot for most areas except the northwest where rain is expected.

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It will rain widely in the early hours of Sunday, the last day of sunshine.

The Center for Meteorology has revealed that September will be one of the hottest since records began in 1841.

Yesterday marked the first day of an astronomical fall in which the sun crossed the equator and positioned itself above it.

However, using the weather forecast, the fall began on September 1st.

Today the British used the good weather for a walk to enjoy the autumn sun.

Meanwhile, in Cambridge, tourists are relaxing in boats as they set sail on the Cam River.

The 1000-mile-wide ‘heat dome’ is bringing warmer temperatures to the UK this weekend
The 1000-mile-wide ‘heat dome’ is bringing warmer temperatures to the UK this weekendCredit: Free Text
A jogger to run at Greenwich Park in south-east London
A jogger to run at Greenwich Park in south-east LondonCredit: LNP

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