UK weather forecast: Brits can expect FIVE DAY scorcher as ‘North African desert’ heat to bring 32C heatwave

A SCORCHING heatwave will hit next week as a “Spanish plume” brings boiling 32C temperatures to Britain, say forecasters.

Weather experts have claimed a major heatwave is expected to hit as early as Wednesday and will last for around four to five days.

Forecaster Phil Morrish told the Express: “We’ve got higher pressure developing over southern Spain and this is going to give us some very warm air coming up from the UK as from about Wednesday next week.

“It’s some very very hot air coming from the North African desert moving northwards into the UK. This is what we call a Spanish Plume.

“It looks like the Spanish plume will arrive on Wednesday, with temperatures rising into the mid-twenties and could peak on Saturday when we could reach 30C or 31C in the south, 32C in London and in the midlands 28C.

“In the North, 24C, which is extremely warm for June. As this Spanish plume moves up from the South, it will then last into next weekend before temperatures start to go back to normal.

Spain saw record-breaking scorching weather recently after temperatures soared to a boiling 38C.

And holidaying Brits have been warned to be very careful in the extreme weather as Aemet – Spain’s version of the Met Office – said temperatures in the Balearics are expected to be 70% hotter than normal.

Read our weather live blog below for the latest forecasts and updates…

  • Possibility of thunderstorms this evening

    The Met Office is forecasting the possibility of thunderstorms in northern parts in the afternoon.

    That is being caused by the tail end of  the tropical storm and the ensuing band of low pressure.

    Met Office forecaster Aidan McGivern said: “The most frequent and heaviest downpours will be across Scotland and Northern Ireland and that is where the strongest winds will be as well peaking around gale force for exposed coasts of the Western Isles.”

    Overnight tonight most parts of the UK will see clear patches and remain largely dry with the exception of some scattered showers in the west, according to the Met Office.

    The North West though will see windy conditions along with showers and longer spells of rain.

    That general north-south split is likely to continue as the weekend gets underway.

  • Weather overnight will be warm and dry

    Brits will have a balmy evening tonight, with highs of 12C to 14C.

    The weather will be relatively warm with evening, with cloud cover insulating the UK.

    Tomorrow will be another dry and warm day for Brits, as heatwave set to hit next week.

  • Lets hit the beach! Brits soak up the sun today

    Those lucky enough to be off work have made the most of the gorgeous weather.

    Summery scenes were captured at Bournemouth today.

    The beach looks so tranquil and calm, but it won’t remain that way for long as Brits gear up for the weekend!

    Bournemouth beach is likely to be packed out tomorrow as Brits flock to make the most of the start of the heatwave.

    BNPS.co.uk (01202 558833) Pic: MaxWillcock/BNPS Date: 10/06/2022 Weather input. Pictured: People enjoy the sunshine during a day out at the beach in Bournemouth, Dorset.
    BNPS.co.uk (01202 558833) Pic: MaxWillcock/BNPS Date: 10/06/2022 Weather input. Pictured: People enjoy the sunshine during a day out at the beach in Bournemouth, Dorset.Credit: BNPS
  • Satellite images show the UK’s weather!

    Check out this cool image, shot from a satellite.

    Twitter page UK Weather Updates has given Brits an awesome shot of the cloud coverage across the UK today.

    Brits have enjoyed highs of a terrifically balmy 24C in some regions.

  • Britain may be hotter than BRAZIL today in 24C scorcher

    BRITS can expect a scorcher of day today as the mercury reaches 24C, making it hotter than Brazil.

    The fine, sunny weather is set to last for a few days too as a mini heatwave gets underway.

    Over in Brazil’s capital, Brasilia, temperatures are predicted to go no higher today than 20C.

    However, a north-south split is expected to develop and while most parts of England and Wales will see a fine, dry day gale force winds could develop across Northern Ireland and Scotland.

    The Met Office is also forecasting the possibility of thunderstorms in northern parts in the afternoon.

  • Keep your pets SAFE in the heatwave

    Pets can appear stoic but they do get dehydrated extremely quickly, and can struggle in extreme heat.

    Keep ice packs spare, which you can use to keep pet beds nice and cool for them.

    Inside cars and conservatories, temperatures can soar. According to the RSPCA: “When it’s 22°C outside, temperatures can quickly rise to 47°C (117°F) in these environments, which can be fatal.”

    Groom pets regularly to remove excess fur.

  • One of the CHEAPEST body sun protection products on the market (2/2)

    Don’t break the bank while preparing for the upcoming heatwave, and get more for your money.

    Amazon stock Malibu’s Continuous Spray SPF 30, which is claimed to be clinically kind to skin. The bottle costs less than £6 and has a four star UVA rating.

    The lotion spray gives a lightweight mist it is great for those who are prone to rashes from heavy creams.

    It claims to be water and sweat resistant, and vitamin enriched (always ensure to reapply every couple of hours or after water exposure).

  • One of the CHEAPEST facial sun protection products on the market (1/2)

    Don’t break the bank while preparing for the upcoming heatwave, and get more for your money.

    Superdrug’s own brand Solait, has an entire range dedicated to protecting your skin from the sun.

    The Solait Face Sun Cream Fluid costs less than £5, and gives a great protection not just from UVA but also UVB rays.

    You can get up to Factor 50 SPF protection, while it also promises to be safe for sensitive skin and offer anti-aging elements.

    What a save!

  • Brits have been given stark warning for those holidaying to Spain

    Spanish weather forecasters have warned of temperatures soaring higher than 40C.

    Forecasters have told Brits to be very careful in the searing heat.

    It is important to keep hydrated and to avoid excessive heat exposure.

    Children, the elderly and the disabled must not be left unattended out in the sun.

  • Outlook for the rest of the day: Balmy highs of 22C

    England and Wales to see cloud cover and sun, with short rain showers scattered in places in Scotland and Ireland.

    London is likely to see highs of 23C later on this afternoon, as clouds part ways to see sun shine through.

    Other areas should see similar conditions, wispy clouds and warm temperatures in the sunshine.

    Parts of Scotland might see sporadic showers here and there.

  • Gardening tips for upcoming scorching heatwave

    Next week could bring highs of 28C, so Brits should make sure to prep gardens for the hot weather.

    • Move pots into the shade
    • Prune plants before bed to avoid them drying out in the day
    • Mulch or bark could help build a protective layer over soil on flower beds
    • Water your garden later in the evening as the sun is setting, otherwise you could dry out the grass
  • In pictures: Perfect countryside summer day scenes

    The idyllic rural snap was taken yesterday, showing the gorgeously warm weather in Norfolk.

    Potter Heighham looked stunning when the snap was taken, featuring the old drainage mill.

    The building is more than 100 years old, and was originally constructed with four big fans that rotated around.

    It resides on the north side of the River Thurne on the Norfolk Broads.

    Potter Heigham, Norfolk
    Potter Heigham, NorfolkCredit: Alamy
  • Could the upcoming heatwave bring a drought?

    Amid the upcoming hot weather the UK has been long awaiting, it could bring about very dry weather.

    In 2018, Brits saw unusually hot weather, and very little rain.

    This brought with it a hosepipe ban and a number of blazing wildfires that tore through the countryside, particularly at Chobham Common in Surrey.

    Statistically, the UK suffers a drought in every five to 10 years, however changes in the weather patterns due to climate change could potentially shorten this time frame.

    A unseasonably dry April this year was a cause for concern for farmers that crop failure could be on the cards, but it seems a drizzly May might have temporarily extinguished those worries.

  • UV Index moderate today, Brits should wear sun protection

    Today’s level remains at around 5, which is moderate to high.

    Brits should make sure to wear sun protection today, especially if you are spending a prolonged amount of time outdoors.

    You can still catch sun damage if it is overcast or cloudy outside.

  • Heatwave to hit NEXT WEEK as UK could see scorching highs of 28C

    Britain may FINALLY experience a taste of summer as temperatures go through the roof.

    Temps are gradually climbing higher and higher over the next week, while this weekend Brits will see highs of 22C to 24C, next week will be even warmer with highs of 28C.

    Manchester, London and Southampton will see the warmest weather, with cooler, breezier temperatures along the coastline.

    Northern Ireland looks as though it could see highs of a balmy 24C.

    WXCharts shows just how hot it will be next week, scorching!
    WXCharts shows just how hot it will be next week, scorching!
  • ‘Some unseasonably strong winds developing during Friday’

    Met Office forecaster Aidan McGivern said: “16C by dawn in the south east, generally teens elsewhere perhaps a little lower in some sheltered spots.

    “Nevertheless a bright start as this weather front clears away to the east but an area of low pressure is edging closer and this is a relatively deep area of low pressure for the time of year.

    “So some unseasonably strong winds developing during Friday and that means it is a blustery start to the day and if there is some sunshine around first thing the cloud will build by the late morning and some showers will start to develop one or two for parts of Wales into western and northern England.

    “The most frequent and heaviest downpours will be across Scotland and Northern Ireland and that is where the strongest winds will be as well peaking around gale force for exposed coasts of the Western Isles.

    “That will make it feel cool but still the potential for high teens, low 20Cs elsewhere especially given a little shelter from the wind and given a few bright spells 24C possible there for London. And in the South and South East it is mainly dry and bright although it will be blustery.”

  • Britain to be hotter than BRAZIL today in 24C scorcher

    BRITS can expect a scorcher of day today as the mercury reaches 24C, making it hotter than Brazil.

    The fine, sunny weather is set to last for a few days too as a mini heatwave gets underway.

    Over in Brazil’s capital, Brasilia, temperatures are predicted to go no higher today than 20C.

    However, a north-south split is expected to develop and while most parts of England and Wales will see a fine, dry day gale force winds could develop across Northern Ireland and Scotland.

    The Met Office is also forecasting the possibility of thunderstorms in northern parts in the afternoon.

  • London forecast for today and tonight as mini-heatwave hits

    The Met Office have said Londoners could see highs of 24C today.

    Today’s Met Office forecast says: “Any residual cloudier, damp conditions in the east at first, soon clearing to leave a dry day with sunny spells.

    “Feeling warm, although there will be a brisk breeze, strong in places around the coast. Maximum temperature 24 °C.

    “It will be dry overnight but a breeze will persist. Patchy evening cloud will largely disperse to leave long clear spells for most.

    “Locally cool in sheltered rural spots. Minimum temperature 8 °C.”

  • Achoo! How to aid hay fever as storm Alex whips up pollen levels

    Quick ways to remedy hay fever sniffles as pollen levels could rise rapidly.

    Strong winds have been forecast in the wake of storm Alex, which is said to create a flurry of pollen.

    Here are some remedies to help prevent and calm a hay fever flare up:

    • Change your clothes when you come inside from being outdoors
    • Keep windows closed when there is a high pollen count
    • Use Vaseline on your nostrils to trap pollen
    • Grab a curry, spicy foods can help widen your airways
    • Stock up on antihistamines
  • Storm Alex coursing straight for the UK: What we know so far

    The tropical storm is heading to the UK from America, and will bring strong winds and rain in its wake.

    When Brits finally thought summer was just around the corner, another storm is on it’s way to shake things up.

    High winds will hit the UK coasts today, but it looks like Brits will see a reduction in rain fall after the worst hit on Wednesday.

    It is likely Brits could see winds as strong as 45 mph.

  • SCORCHING HEATWAVE on the horizon for Brits

    Next week looks as though it could be blazing hot.

    According to WXCharts, Brits are in for a roasting few days next week as heatwave kicks off.

    While it is still early to say for definate Saturday 18 June looks like it will bring highs of 26C to 28C.

    Are Brits ready for a scorcher of a summer?

  • Brits bake in four-day scorcher

    BRITS are set to be basked by a four-day scorcher with temperatures set to climb to a sizzling 24C this weekend.

    A mini heatwave is set to sweep over the south of the country from tomorrow – however the some parts of the UK could also be battered by severe gales.

    The south of England is expected to see the best of the weather, avoiding the worst of the wind and rain and could see temperatures climb to a sizzling 24C.

    Met Office Forecaster Steven Dixon told The Sun: “There’s warmer air near the continent, as there often is this time of year, and that’s encroaching into southern areas of the country over the next few days 

    “Temperatures in the South East will be 23C and possibly could even soar to 24C tomorrow.

    “The average temperature in June is 20C so slightly higher than we would expect for this time of year.”

  • In pictures: Weather peaked midweek as sun disappears again as Brits prepare for the weekend

    Unfortunately, Wednesday this week could be the nicest weather of the week.

    Brits rushed to Dorset to take in the stunning Jurassic coastline on Wednesday as the sun shone on all day.

    Others took a refreshing dip in the sea.

    Beachgoers soaked up the rays by sunbathing on the hot sand.

    According to forecasts this week will warm up if correct, to around 24C in the south east.

    However it is certainly going to be less sunny as Wednesday.

    Credit: Alamy
  • Glastonbury festival forecast: Rain, as per

    What would Glastonbury festival be without a bit of rain and mud, eh?

    It is thought by forecasters that some 200,000 festival goers are in for a turbulent weekend weather wise and the temperatures are still proving hard to predict.

    Computer forecasts have said that towards the end of June the weather could become unsettled once again.

  • Warning as ‘thunder fever’ to bring ‘SUPER pollen’ after storm Alex

    EX-TROPICAL storm Alex will bring strong winds and thundery downpours, together with warm temperatures and a high pollen count – prompting warnings for hay fever sufferers.

    Forecasters say the unseasonably strong winds could reach up to 55mph.

    Airborne allergens expert Max Wiseberg told the Daily Star: “With this fine weather thunderstorms are also predicted, and they can bring problems for hay fever sufferers.

    “Very high pollen counts are predicted across many parts of England from Thursday onwards causing havoc for the millions of hay fever sufferers in the UK.

    “Predicted thunderstorms won’t give respite, as instead they can cause a phenomenon known as ‘thunder fever’.”

    Mr Wiseberg, creator of HayMax allergen barrier balm, added: “According to a report in The European Respiratory review, humidity breaks pollen grains into smaller allergenic particles.

    “These new pollen grains turn into a kind of ‘super pollen’, and this appears to be more allergenic than normal pollen, causing more severe reactions in sufferers.

    “Storms bring pollen grains down which might have otherwise risen above head height out of harm’s way and whipping up pollen grains and fungal spores near the ground.”

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