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Bristol news Heatwave could hit Bristol as temperatures rise over weekend PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - Temperatures are forecast to rise to 29C

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04 August 2022 - 15:00

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! A heatwave could hit Bristol again just a few weeks after the highest temperatures ever were recorded in the city. After the last Bristol heatwave in mid-July, another spell of hot weather is expected to arrive this weekend and should continue into next week. The Met Office are predicting highs of up to 28C in the city on Wednesday, August 10, while the BBC predict 29C on this day. But even though this will feel extremely hot for everyone, it might not technically be a heatwave. The Met Office's official classification of a heatwave is different in each area of the UK. In Bristol, it is only a heatwave when temperatures stay at 27C or above for three days in a row. And the Met Office's forecast for the Bristol weather does not clarify whether this is expected to happen. Read more: Hot weekend forecast with August heatwave 'likely' Their prediction is for temperatures to hit 22C on Saturday, August 6, rising to 25C on Sunday and 25C on Monday. Then, they expect temperatures to rise to 27C on Tuesday and 28C on Wednesday. However, the Met Office's day-by-day prediction does not extend beyond this, and so technically they are not predicting a heatwave.

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. Although they are not yet predicting a heatwave for Bristol, the Met Office's chief forecaster Steve Willington has warned that areas of the UK could experience heatwave conditions in the coming days because of an area of high pressure building from the Atlantic. “We could see parts of the UK entering heatwave conditions if the above-average temperatures last for three days or more," he said. "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.” And according to the BBC, temperatures in Bristol will rise to heatwave levels next week. Their prediction is for 28C heat on Monday and Tuesday, rising to 29C on Wednesday. This will then dip to 28C again on Thursday, before falling down to 26C on Friday. Read next: England experienced driest July in more than 100 years, Met Office says Bristol is one step closer to hosting Eurovision as Cardiff withdraws from race Vegan Bristol Airport passenger served eggs and butter on his sandwich Read More Related Articles Bristol carpenter wins £17k after entering online competition with just 50p Read More Related Articles Queen 'can't understand' Kate and William's kitchen habits

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