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The Met Office has revealed a Jubilee heat wave, so the exact date 20C explosion that hits the UK this week

The BRITS will quickly burn 20C when a 9-day mini heat wave sets up a 3-month brilliant weather scene.

Temperatures begin to rise on May 5, experts predict that mercury will reach 20 ° C, with plenty of warm air and sunshine.

Thursdays are mild with a minimum temperature of 18 degrees Celsius, reaching 19 degrees Celsius in time for the weekend.

London and the southeast are set to see the warmest climate, with a scorching 20 degrees Celsius that is expected to hit the capital.

Forecasters predict warm weather stints in late May, and the hot months of June are even more likely.

It’s all thanks to the “Spanish Sizzler” that was blown from the continent during the Jubilee week from June 2nd to 5th. At this time, His Majesty will take the throne for 70 years.

The Met Office’s long-term outlook for this period states: “The potential for hot weather and heat waves increases compared to the average, especially in the second half of the period. It is more likely to be warmer than average in three months.”

Read the UK Weather Live Blog below for the latest forecasts and updates …

  • A brilliant heat wave that brings 30 degrees Celsius in a week

    The heat wave is heading to the UK just in time for the Platinum Jubilee weekend – and it’s set to burn.

    The “Sizzler of Spain” is set to bring temperatures up to 30 degrees Celsius during the week celebrating the 70th anniversary of the Queen’s throne.

    The front is expected to blow from the continent at the end of May, bringing the long-awaited sunshine.

    Incredible weather will be a great boost for thousands of British to dig up barbecues and bunting to stylishly mark His Majesty’s powerful achievements. EditDelete

  • Met Office predicts “mini heat wave” in mid-May

    Met Office experts predict that a “simple heat wave” will hit our shores in mid-May.

    Highs of 23 degrees are expected in southern England, and one forecaster has suggested that it could be “very warm” this month.

    “The temperature is a few degrees higher than this time of the year,” said meteorologist Marco Petagna.

    He explained that there is a “small possibility” that temperatures can rise in the mid-20s. This means a “simple” heat wave.

  • The weather will reach 20 ° C in the next few days, but it’s not a heat wave

    According to BBC Weather, temperatures of 20 degrees Celsius are expected from tomorrow, but British people will not experience heat waves on weekends.

    When I tweeted, “I may have heard or read the news that a heat wave is coming.

    “Well, temperatures in the teens and twenties will be warmer than average for the next few days, but they are not considered heat waves.”

  • Temperatures in Edinburgh will drop this Saturday

    Despite the sunny Friday, the Scottish capital will be hit by heavy rain.

    It is expected that the warmth will be weakened by the sunshine leading to Saturday, the temperature will drop from 16 ℃ to 12 ℃, and heavy rain will increase.

    The next Sunday, which may return to 16 degrees, is a cloudy sky.

  • May 4th is the hottest record

    LADBROKES smashed the odds as it fell as the hottest May on record.

    Last weekend was a 2/1 shot, but this month’s bookmaker is now just 6/4 to host the hottest May ever, with temperatures set to rise again. rice field.

    Alex Apati of Ladbrokes said:

  • Heavy showers are now spreading east, says the Met Office

    It was rainy, windy and damp today in the afternoon of May.

    The latest map from the Meteorological Agency shows a zone of rain moving eastward in the United Kingdom.

    There will also be thunder in eastern Scotland this afternoon.

    Please see the map below.

  • The weather will be better this weekend

    This weekend will be dry and calm, and next week.

    In particular, the South will probably enjoy some nice weather.

    Showers are scattered in the northern regions, but temperatures are expected to be above average throughout the UK, except in the coastal regions.

  • Londoners could see highs of 21C tomorrow

    Early fog and fog patches will soon clear up, leaving most sunny days with bright or sunny spells for many.

    With a weak wind and a maximum temperature of 21 ° C, it feels warm in the sunshine.

  • 8 days of sunshine from Monday

    According to the BBC Weather, the country could be exposed to sunlight for eight consecutive days starting next Monday.

    The mild weather on the Bank Holiday weekend was after the British got soaked as the rain weakened the three-day break.

    But the British are ready to get in the sun in the coming weeks.

    The Met Office also predicts that it will be hotter than usual in the two months from May to the end of June.

    This week, mercury soars and is set to provide the true taste of summer-making some parts of the country hotter than Ibiza.

  • 8 days of sunshine from Monday

    According to the BBC Weather, the country could be exposed to sunlight for eight consecutive days starting next Monday.

    The mild weather on the Bank Holiday weekend was after the British got soaked as the rain weakened the three-day break.

    But the British are ready to get in the sun in the coming weeks.

    The Met Office also predicts that it will be hotter than usual in the two months from May to the end of June.

    This week, mercury soars and is set to provide the true taste of summer-making some parts of the country hotter than Ibiza.

  • Heat wave in mid-May

    The Met Office predicts that a “simple heat wave” will hit in mid-May.

    Highs of 23 degrees are expected in southern England, and one forecaster has suggested that it could be “very warm” this month.

    “The temperature is a few degrees higher than this time of the year,” said meteorologist Marco Petagna.

  • A brilliant heat wave that brings 30 degrees Celsius in a week

    The heatwave is heading to the UK just in time for the Platinum Jubilee weekend-and it’s set to burn.

    The “Sizzler of Spain” is set to bring temperatures up to 30 degrees Celsius during the week celebrating the 70th anniversary of the Queen’s throne.

    The front is expected to blow from the continent at the end of May, bringing the long-awaited sunshine.

    Incredible weather will be a great boost for thousands of British to dig up barbecues and bunting to show off His Majesty’s powerful achievements in style.

  • Gardening mistakes that homeowners can see breaking the law

    Under the Right to Light Act dating back to 1959, neighbors cannot block windows with new trees if the windows have been exposed to natural light for more than 20 years.

    This rule also applies to new garden buildings such as fences and summer houses and sheds.

    If you put something that could block the light from your neighbor’s window, they could of course oppose it, and you’ll find that you don’t want to splatter on that new bamboo.

    The most broken law in all of the gardening between neighbors is to collect the fruit of someone else.

    You can’t pick and keep fruit from someone else’s overhanging branches, even if they lean on your garden.

  • Solar storm’side swipe’Earth is causing’strong radio outage’

    Solar flares that simply “sideswipe” the Earth have caused radio outages in the Atlantic and Europe.

    Space weather experts have revealed that radiation from flares collided with the Earth’s atmosphere, ruining our planet’s technology.

    Expert SpaceWeather.com Said: “Lively sunspots are appearing on the limbs southeast of the Sun.

    “Today, it was announced at the X1.1 class solar flare (May 3 @ 1325UTUT).”

    “Radiation from flares ionized the upper part of the Earth’s atmosphere, causing strong shortwave radio outages in the Atlantic and Europe,” they added.

    Some signals have been reduced for over an hour.

  • Londoners could see highs of 18C today

    The Met Office has confirmed that temperatures may start to rise to 18 degrees Celsius today, but will begin to rise tomorrow.

    The Met Office said: “Clouds and rains move southeast in the morning and showers in the afternoon.

    “Showers are heavy and can cause hailstorms.

    “Any sunny spell feels warm with a weak breeze. The maximum temperature is 18 ° C.”

  • Temperatures in Edinburgh will drop this Saturday

    Despite the sunny Friday, the Scottish capital will be hit by heavy rain.

    It is expected that the warmth will be weakened by the sunshine leading to Saturday, the temperature will drop from 16 ℃ to 12 ℃, and heavy rain will increase.

    The next Sunday, which may return to 16 degrees, is a cloudy sky.

  • “Shower” is this week’s word

    It is not the main weather we have, as the sun sometimes shines all over the UK.

    Calm in most areas, but many receive various clouds and gray skies this week.

    It will rain intermittently throughout the week, so keep your broly nearby!

  • It’s cloudy tonight and it’s raining

    In some areas, it rains heavily.

    Showers move east through the central and northern regions.

  • What is climate change, and are we really responsible?

    Climate change has been a buzzword for years and has caused a lot of guilt, what is it? And are we really responsible?

    by Japan Meteorological AgencyBefore the Industrial Revolution, the average global temperature was 14 ° C, which was relatively stable.

    However, after that, humans began to burn large amounts of coal, gas, and oil as fuel, producing not only the necessary energy but also greenhouse gases that contribute to global warming.

    In the UK, rising temperatures are expected to:

    • Warm and rainy winter
    • Hot and dry summer
    • More frequent and severe extreme weather
  • The weather will be better this weekend

    This weekend will be dry and calm, and next week.

    In particular, the South will probably enjoy some nice weather.

    Showers are scattered in the northern regions, but temperatures are expected to be above average throughout the UK, except in the coastal regions.

  • “Shower” is this week’s word

    It is not the main weather we have, as the sun sometimes shines all over the UK.

    Calm in most areas, but many receive various clouds and gray skies this week.

    It will rain intermittently throughout the week, so keep your broly nearby!

  • Watch out for lightning tomorrow!

    It won’t be cold this week, but it’s not sunbathing weather.

    Beware of showers. If you’re in the central or eastern part of England, keep in mind that these showers can be heavy and hail and thunder can occur tomorrow.

    The west and north are fairly dry and expected to develop sunny spells.

  • Best regards – Bank Holidays in good weather

    During the year with more bank holidays than usual, we are ready to get lucky.

    For a while we have the freedom to travel and spend time with our loved ones during all the bank holidays.

    Thankfully, they all want good weather right now, so it’s possible that a bank holiday barbecue or a trip to the beach is on the card.

  • Wednesday-Friday weather forecast

    Showers push the waters of the east, and heavy / thunderstorms in the east can occur early in the afternoon.

    Then fluctuating clouds and some occasional rains / showers.

    It will be quite warm / warm for many.

  • It’s getting warmer, so get ready for the sun

    After a shower of gray clouds for the next few days, temperatures will rise throughout Britain.

    Finally, summer is just around the corner!



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