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PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Temperatures are expected to warm up in Birmingham next week as another wave of hot weather looks set to be on its way to the UK. A hosepipe ban is now in force in other parts of the country due to a water shortage. The Temporary Use Ban takes effect in Hampshire and the Isle of Wight from 12.01am this Friday, August 5, with Kent and Sussex set to follow suit next week. The restriction comes just 24 hours after an alarming map from the Centre for Ecology and Hydrology showed large parts of mainland Britain suffering from a lack of rainfall, with the south of England shown to be especially affected. Many of these areas have experienced very little precipitation since last month's record-breaking 40 °C heatwave. Now, new forecasts suggest that another round of hot weather will be reaching parts of the country as early as next week, with temperatures potentially moving back into the mid-30s. Read more - Raging Bull operators reveal why it will be 'difficult' to find new home in Birmingham In Birmingham, however, current predictions put temperatures in the mid-to-high-20s, reaching their peak around the middle of next week. For now, Brummies will have to make do with a few long sunny spells on Friday, August 5, following a fresh start to the day. A few isolated showers are set to develop across northern areas during the morning, but these will fade out during the afternoon, with maximum temperatures reaching 22 °C. The afternoon will continue to be dry and bright with long sunny spells into the evening. Temperatures soar in Birmingham city centre during the July heatwave (Image: MARTIN O`CALLAGHAN/BIRMINGHAM LIVE) Any remaining cloud will disperse with clear skies developing widely. Temperatures will then drop into single figures with light winds and minimum temperatures of 7 °C.
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. Temperatures are set to reach 22 °C. High pressure will build on Sunday, bringing dry and settled conditions. Most will see lengthy periods of sunshine with the occasional cloudier spells. It will be fairly cool in places overnight but increasingly very warm by day, say forecasters. Early predictions for next week see temperatures rise to 27°C in the region by Wednesday. Other parts of the country will see figures in the mid-30s in what is being called a 'second heatwave' following last month's sweltering spell, the Mirror reports. Explaining the causes behind the predicted new bout of hot weather, Rebekah Sherwin, deputy chief meteorologist with the Met Office, 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." Ms Sherwin commented that these factors would likely prevent temperatures going to the extremes seen in July, although admitted this was still likely to be 'a hot spell of weather'. More changeable conditions would however return in mid-August according to current long-range forecasts, she added. Read more: Street food vendor opens home to Malaysian Commonwealth Games athletes Full list of food and drink prices at Commonwealth Games Victoria Square festival site Unique Birmingham café on the market for less than its yearly turnover Commonwealth Games red tape threatens slushie stall with closure - because it faces Alexander Stadium Cheeky moment 'Borat' cheers on Commonwealth Games cyclist
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