Fri. Mar 24th, 2023

Britain is on course to be baked from tomorrow as plumes of warm air from the continent engulfs the nation. Temperature levels are poised to sky-rocket into the high twenties throughout large areas of the UK during the early part of the week and could even “push 30C”, forecasters say.The newest maximum temperature level maps show the length of the country turning red-hot by Wednesday.The mercury is set to reach highs of 27C throughout southern, central and eastern locations of England by 3pm on Monday, the current maps suggest.Britons can expect temperature dials to strike 28C on Tuesday as the blistering conditions spread in a westerly direction.Hot-air is poised to spread further north by Wednesday, with the finest of the conditions remaining the south east, with highs of 29C forecast.The Weather Outlook latest forecast said: “Very warm air upper level air starts pressing northwards throughout southern and main regions today, but in the north west heavy outbreaks of rain develop.” During the next couple of days temperatures continue to increase and worths may well push 30C (86F) in your area.” Through the middle part of the coming week the danger of rainstorms and thunderstorms boosts.” Met Office forecaster Annie Shuttleworth stated: “We are anticipating temperatures to increase at the beginning of the brand-new week.” She added: “Despite a cloudy start to Monday, conditions will be clear and bright with hot temperature levels for large parts of England and eastern Wales as the result of continental air relocating from the south.” This air will begin to press through the country on Tuesday and Wednesday, dragging temperatures as high as 29C (84.2 F) for parts of the south-east while Scotland and Northern Ireland will likewise move into the mid-twenties.” Ms Shuttleworth added temperatures overnight will remain at around 18C. The location of high pressure is set to fade towards completion of the week as wet-weather and even thunderstorms develop.READ MORE: Royal Family LIVE: Kate and William make brand-new diversity promise” Occasional shallow lows are expected to head in from the west during today, bringing some rain and potential for thundery outbreaks especially towards the south-east, but in between the ridging high pressure will bring spells of settled dry weather.” Southerly winds will blow more frequently than normal, therefore temperature levels will usually be above average for the time of year.” Sunshine totals will most likely be rather greater than those during the preceding settled spells in many parts of eastern and main Britain, with a modification of prevailing wind direction indicating that there will be less of the stratocumulus heading in from the North Sea.”


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