Bristol news Another 29C heatwave to hit Britain as African plume arrives PremierLeague-News.Com

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Bristol news Another 29C heatwave to hit Britain as African plume arrives PremierLeague-News.Com

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Bristol news  Another 29C heatwave to hit Britain as African plume arrives  PremierLeague-News.Com
19 June 2022 - 15:00

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Temperatures look set to push towards thirty degrees for the second time in a week, experts say. After the mercury reached 27C in Bristol on Friday, June 17, it seems they could "once again nudge close to the thirties in parts of southern England for several days", according to James Madden, forecaster for Exacta Weather. He said: "The next major blast of heat will arise as high pressure builds across the country and temperatures rise." READ MORE: Bristol toddler stuck in M5 traffic entertains drivers with a drum solo The weather will stay seasonably mild today and tomorrow before mid-week temperatures ramp up. Thermometers could hit 27C across southern England on Wednesday as Scotland and the north hovers in the high teens to low twenties. Much of England and Wales will bake on Thursday as the mercury creeps towards the 30C mark. Weather charts show Friday will bring another peak of extreme warmth, with highs of 29C predicted across southern Britain. Forecasters at the Met Office are less optimistic about high temperatures returning next week, with 21C predicted for Bristol this Friday. But rather than wall-to-wall sunshine, forecasters warn of heavy showers and thunder will batter parts of the country. Met Office meteorologist Aidan McGivern said: “A low-pressure system hangs around for the first part of the new week. At first there is the continued risk of heavy showers and even thunderstorms in the south, but as that low moves away a high in the Atlantic starts to build. “During the early to middle part of next week, there will be high pressure to the west and lower pressure to the north east allowing a changeable north-westerly airflow. This will bring showers and a good deal of cloud and temperatures much lower than they have been.” But high pressure will start to build ahead of the weekend bringing finer conditions and hopes for a Glastonbury scorcher. Mr McGivern said: “For Glastonbury, the first signs are that high pressure to the west will build next week leading to more settled weather widely but especially to the southwest of the UK. “The first signs for Glastonbury are that higher pressure will return to the UK, and it will be a fine start with the weather turning drier and brighter.” Heavy rain after the blazing week of sunshine will come as a shock to the system for some, forecasters warn. Weathertrending’s John Hammond said: “There could be quite a dollop of rain around for some and it will be quite a shock.

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. He said: “The heat may briefly 'ooze’ back in across some southern and eastern areas for a time early in the new week, perhaps accompanied by thundery rain. Just how unsettled, wet and windy it may become will be nervously watched by festival-goers. “With high pressure retreating south-westwards, the West Country may be one of the last parts of the UK to see a deterioration. The weekend looks quite cool and showery for many.” As summer forecasts continue to heat up, bookies have slashed the odds on this year entering the record books. Ladbrokes is offering 1-2 from 6-4 on this year turning into the hottest summer on record. Spokesman Alex Apati said: “We're on course for a record-breaking scorcher if the latest odds are anything to go by.” South West forecast Today: A bright start to the day, but cloud will build from the south with the risk of some showers developing by the afternoon. The showers could turn heavy in places, especially later in the day. Maximum temperature 19 °C. Tonight: Remaining rather cloudy this evening and overnight, with the risk of some showers at times, especially towards the southwest of the region. Minimum temperature 11 °C. Monday: Any early showers across Cornwall will quickly clear leading to a dry day with plenty of sunshine developing. Feeling a little warmer than today. Maximum temperature 21 °C. Outlook for Tuesday to Thursday: Remaining dry throughout the period with plenty of sunshine and light winds. Feeling increasingly warm and perhaps very warm by Thursday. Want our best stories with fewer ads and alerts when the biggest news stories drop? Download our app on iPhone or Android Read More Related Articles Bristol Airport passengers 'in tears' after TUI flight delayed by 20 hours Read More Related Articles Weston beach-goer on Tripadvisor turns up expecting 'English Riviera' but leaves fuming

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