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Berkshire news  Temperatures in Reading to hit 29C next week PremierLeague-News.Com
05 August 2022 - 08:00

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Berkshire is set to swelter as the country is set to see temperatures soar once again. Forecasters have predicted that the warm weather will hit within a matter of days. The Met Office predicts Reading could be hit with 29 degrees Celsius by Wednesday, August 10. The warm weather which is just on the horizon will come as schools have closed for the summer. Last month, UK temperature records were smashed - with 40.3C recorded at Coningsby in Lincolnshire. Heathrow Airport was hit by a whopping 40.2 degrees Celsius and red weather alert warnings were issued for parts of Berkshire. READ MORE: Chris Tarrant's quiet life in a Berkshire village where he shares his home with Ukrainian refugees The record-breaking heatwave saw emergency measures such as schools closing due to the extreme heat, changes to working environments and a message issued to look out for everyone. It was followed by yellow weather warnings for thunderstorms. It appears that Berkshire could be seeing similar weather - although perhaps not quite as hot.

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. Met Office chief forecaster Steve Willington said: “We could see parts of the UK entering heatwave conditions if the above-average temperatures last for three days or more. Many areas of the UK, especially the south will witness temperatures several degrees higher than average, but these values are likely to be well below the record-breaking temperatures we saw in mid-July. “As the high pressure builds there is very little meaningful rain in the forecast, especially in those areas in the south of England, which experienced very dry conditions last month. Elsewhere in the UK, such as in northern England, Scotland and Northern Ireland, rain-bearing weather fronts will make limited headway against the high pressure, bringing some rain to north-western parts of the UK.” Rebekah Sherwin is a deputy chief meteorologist with the Met Office. Commenting on the reasons for the hot spell, she said: “The weather pattern bringing next week’s hot spell is different to the one responsible for last month’s record-breaking temperatures which saw already hot air being drawn up from southern Europe adding to our own home-grown heat. This time, that is much less likely; instead, temperatures will build steadily within the lingering area of high pressure. “There is some uncertainty about next week’s temperatures, although in early August sunshine in the UK doesn’t have the heating potential of mid-July as the sun is lower in the sky and the hours of daylight are marginally shorter. Both of these factors suggest that we’re very unlikely to see temperatures peak much above low to mid 30s. However, this would still be a hot spell of weather.” Reading's temperature forecast highs for the coming days: Friday, August 5: 22C Saturday, August 6: 22C Sunday, August 7: 25C Monday, August 8: 26C Tuesday, August 9: 27C Wednesday, August 10: 29C Read next: South East Water asks people to 'apply voluntary restraint' on water use Chris Tarrant's quiet life in a Berkshire village Legoland Windsor hotel evacuated after fire breaks out Heathrow Airport's top travel tips The quiet beach with white chalk cliffs Harry Potter fans will recognise Read More Related Articles Chris Tarrant's quiet life in a Berkshire village where he shares his home with Ukrainian refugees Read More Related Articles The quiet beach with white chalk cliffs Harry Potter fans will recognise and want to visit

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