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PremierLeague-News.Com - Temperatures could hit the mid 30s soon enough

Sheffield news UK warned of new heatwave as more scorching weather to sweep in PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - Temperatures could hit the mid 30s soon enough

Sheffield news  UK warned of new heatwave as more scorching weather to sweep in PremierLeague-News.Com
05 August 2022 - 20:45

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! The Met Office have warned that us Brits are in for yet another heatwave in the coming weeks, with temperatures set to hit the mid 30s. Though it seems as though we have only just waved goodbye to our last hot spell, we will once again be thrust into days of sweltering heat and sleepless nights. It is predicted that the hot weather would peak by next Friday but, luckily, there is not likely to be any more temperature records being broken. The last heatwave we had saw temperatures hit highs of more than 40°C. 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." Read more: When are the planned August train strikes scheduled for and which routes will be affected? However, he said that these temperatures are "likely to be well below the record-breaking temperatures" that hit the country last month. This means that, though it will be hot, we might stand a better chance of comfort than we did just a few weeks ago. Weather forecasting site, WXCharts, has predicted that Thursday will be the hottest day of next week. Its weather map shows that most parts of the country will hit temperatures of 30°C or more, the Mirror reports. However, there is still some rain predicted for parts of England - particularly the north. This means that the heat could very quickly dissipate, as the rain cools things down. Mr Willington added: "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.

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." The Met Office's deputy chief meteorologist explained that while the heat is expected to reach up into the mid 30s by the end of next week, it is unlikely that more records will be broken. Read More Related Articles 'Free fruit' money survival tip that could land you in trouble with police Read More Related Articles Spain clarifies rule as Brits told they may have to prove they can spend £85 a day on holiday "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," Rebekah Sherwin said. She added: "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." It is too early to be sure how long the hot spell will last but there are signs of a return to more changeable conditions by the middle of August. While temperatures may stay above average in the south, this change would reduce the chance of prolonged high temperatures. Scientists warn heatwaves could become an annual event while experts are calling for Britain's buildings and public spaces to be redesigned to deal with regular scorchers. The UK has temperature records going back to 1884 but the 10 hottest years have all come since 2002. Read more: DVLA issues warning to all drivers over 70 as they risk £1,000 fine Seagull caught on CCTV stealing from shop twice is 'pushing his luck' Should the UK move to a four-day working week? Mum says 'there's no rest' as boyfriend gets 100 erections a day Airport passengers warned they need to have fully charged phones on flights Read More Related Articles Boy left in tears after being rejected from secondary school his friends are going to Read More Related Articles Mum joked and chatted between contractions in normal labour - hours later her beautiful baby Ronnie was gone

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