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UK weather forecast – Brits set to SCORCH in 23C heat tomorrow as Met Office reveals heatwave to continue

TEMPERATURES in London could hit 23C tomorrow the Met Office have said as Brits continue to scorch in the heatwave this week.

Things will get even hotter as the week continues, with temperatures expected to hit a high of 26C, making it hotter than Mexico.

The Met Office’s summary of London tomorrow states: “A dry, sunny morning, mist or fog soon clearing.

“Remaining dry into the afternoon though sunshine becoming hazy over time.

“Warm again, notably so towards the east coast. Gentle winds. Maximum temperature 23 °C.”

A sizzling Saturday saw Brits flock to the sea to catch some rays, as beaches like Bournemouth heaved with sunseekers.

The warm weekend dragged crowds outdoors to the coast, to parks and pub gardens.

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

  • Brits flocked to the sea

    A sizzling Saturday saw Brits flock to the sea to catch some rays, as beaches like Bournemouth heaved with sunseekers.

    The warm weekend dragged crowds outdoors to the coast, to parks and pub gardens.

    The soaring heat heading for the UK could even overtake April 15 as the hottest day of the year so far.

    Good Friday was a gorgeous 23.4C in St James’s Park in London, but May might very well break 2022’s current record.

  • Dazzling 26C heatwave will make Britain hotter than TURKEY this week

    SCORCHING sunshine will make Britain hotter than Turkey this week as beach-lovers soak up a five day heatwave.

    After a glorious day of sun yesterday, it’s only going to get hotter with the mercury likely to reach as high as 26C in the South this week.

    London will bake in highs of 21C from Monday, while Turkey’s capital Istanbul won’t get hotter than 19C until the weekend.

    British beaches will top the temperature of the Turkish holiday destination and feel similar to Ibiza.

  • End of May forecast

    The end of May is likely to bring more unsettled weather, with spells of rain or showers for most, and some heavy and thundery showers are possible.

    Drier and sunnier spells remain likely, particularly in the south and southwest.

    Temperatures are likely to remain above average, with very warm spells possible, especially in the southeast.

  • Tonight will be chilly

    Despite the potential for some very high temperatures today, this evening will be a chilly one.

    Londoners could be set to face temperatures close to freezing as it could be hitting just 1C.

    The Met Office have said it will be ‘turning chilly in the southeast with rural grass frost in places.’

  • London could see highs of 21C today

    Londoners could be treated to highs of 21C today as the mini-heatwave continues.

    The Met Office have said: “Early morning patches of low cloud soon clearing to leave a fine and dry day with warm sunny spells.

    “Winds generally light, but feeling notably cooler along the Kent coast coast with an onshore breeze during the day. Maximum temperature 21 °C.”

  • Today’s weather

    Any early patches of mist will soon lift and clear.

    It will then be dry and bright during the morning with spells of sunshine however variable amounts of cloud cover will tend to build bringing a chance of a few isolated showers.

    A dry evening with cloud breaking to reveal late sunny spells.

  • Odds on the hottest May in records

    Leading bookmaker Coral now makes it just 4-5 for this month to end as a record hot May, as temperatures continue to rise across the UK.

    The firm go 6-4 for 30C or higher being reached at any point this month.

    “The outlook for the next seven days looks glorious, which is why our odds on a record hot May are melting faster than an ice cream in the sun,” said Coral’s John Hill.

    “We are not ruling out temperatures reaching as high as 30C at some point in May,” added Hill.

    • 4-5 Record hot May
    • 6-4 30C or higher in the UK this month
  • UK told to brace for FIVE heatwaves in next four months

    Brits have been warned they will face a four-month furnace – with five ‘major heatwaves’.

    The UK will boil over the next fortnight as temperatures rocket towards 30C (86F).

    James Madden, forecaster for Exacta Weather, said: “The overall summer forecast is now pointing towards at least four or five major heatwaves.

    “These will build throughout the summer months, but at the moment, August looks the most likely to bring these blasts of very hot weather.

    “The first major spell of summer could arrive as soon as late May.”

    The Met Office’s three-month outlook published at the start of May predicts the probability of hot weather this summer to be double that of normal years.

  • Brits can expect temperatures hotter than Mexico

    Temperatures are likely to rise even higher on Monday, reaching a peak of 23C in London although the Met Office warned it won’t be “clear sailing” as fronts with rain bearing clouds will move across the country at times.

    Things will get even hotter as the week continues, with temperatures expected to hit a high of 26C, making it hotter than Mexico.

    According to the Met Office’s forecast, tonight will be generally dry with clear spells however variable amounts of cloud cover will tend to build in from the west and patches of mist and fog will form.

    The Met Office said: “Early low cloud and drizzle across SE England slowly giving way to brighter skies but also a few showers.

    “Elsewhere, most parts dry with warm sunny spells and light winds. A few light showers developing across Scotland.

    “Most parts dry with clear spells. Low cloud developing across parts of England and spreading westwards through the night. Turning chilly in the northeast.”

  • UK weather outlook for Monday and Tuesday

    Monday will be dry with sunny spells across England and Wales. It will be cloudy across Scotland and Northern Ireland with outbreaks of rain, heavy at times.

    Rain will turn increasingly patchy on Tuesday and will clear to reveal sunny spells and a risk of showers across Scotland and Northern Ireland.

  • Weather forecast May 11 to May 20 continued

    High pressure will most likely persist in the south, with occasional outbreaks of rain in the northwest during May 11 to May 20.

    The weekend will bring settled conditions and sunny spells.

    Fine dry weather continues for most of the following week, but the contrast continues into the rest of May.

    More changeable conditions can be expected in the north and northwest, with breezier and showery weather, while warm or locally hot conditions are possible in the south.

  • Weather forecast for Wednesday May 11 to Friday May 20

    Sunny spells and locally heavy showers are in store for many parts of Britain over the next two weeks.

    More persistent rain is expected to fall across the south.

    Expect a keen breeze and almost normal temperatures in the northwest and lighter winds with higher temperatures in the southeast.  

  • What has the hottest day so far been?

    The UK’s hottest day so far this year was Good Friday, when 23.4C was recorded in St James’s Park in central London.

    It comes after a pleasant April that has seen average maximum temperatures above normal for the month, with little rain.

    The UK had around a third less rainfall than is usually expected for the month, forecasters say.

    England and Wales were the driest UK nations.

  • Pollen count to rise with warmer temperatures

    The soaring temperatures will see the pollen count rise which is bad news for hay fever sufferers and those with other allergies.

    Allergy UK said “If people start to become symptomatic they should start taking their medications early so they will be most effective when the pollen levels really peak.

    “If they have them already that is great, otherwise talk to a pharmacist who will be able to help.”

  • Mid-May warmth

    Mid-May is expected to be particularly cheerful, with “very warm” sunshine on the way and highs of around 23C.

    And by the time the Jubilee bank holiday rolls around, it could be a scorching 30C.

    “Temperatures are several degrees above where they should be at this time of year,” said meteorologist Marco Petagna.

  • Thank you for reading the blog this evening. Louis Allwood will be back with you tomorrow morning.

  • Nasa releases stunning clip of X-class solar flare

    NASA has revealed stunning footage of the strongest type of solar flare that burst from the Sun on May 3.

    It’s the second time this week that this type of powerful solar flare has been recorded and the US space agency has labelled the Sun’s recent activity as “dramatic”.

  • UK told to brace for FIVE heatwaves in next four months

    Brits have been warned they will face a four-month furnace – with five ‘major heatwaves’.

    The UK will boil over the next fortnight as temperatures rocket towards 30C (86F).

    James Madden, forecaster for Exacta Weather, said: “The overall summer forecast is now pointing towards at least four or five major heatwaves.

    “These will build throughout the summer months, but at the moment, August looks the most likely to bring these blasts of very hot weather.

    “The first major spell of summer could arrive as soon as late May.”

    The Met Office’s three-month outlook published at the start of May predicts the probability of hot weather this summer to be double that of normal years.

    Temperatures head towards 30C (Image: Netweather)
    Temperatures head towards 30C (Image: Netweather)
  • UK weather outlook for Monday and Tuesday

    Monday will be dry with sunny spells across England and Wales. It will be cloudy across Scotland and Northern Ireland with outbreaks of rain, heavy at times.

    Rain will turn increasingly patchy on Tuesday and will clear to reveal sunny spells and a risk of showers across Scotland and Northern Ireland.

  • Tomorrow’s weather (Sunday)

    Any early patches of mist will soon lift and clear.

    It will then be dry and bright during the morning with spells of sunshine however variable amounts of cloud cover will tend to build bringing a chance of a few isolated showers.

    A dry evening with cloud breaking to reveal late sunny spells.

  • Tonight’s weather

    Daytime showers will ease and gradually clear during the evening to reveal late spells of sunshine.

    Overnight will then be generally dry with clear spells however variable amounts of cloud cover will tend to build in from the west and patches of mist and fog will form.

    Drizzle in the north by dawn.

  • Odds on the hottest May in records

    Leading bookmaker Coral now makes it just 4-5 for this month to end as a record hot May, as temperatures continue to rise across the UK.

    The firm go 6-4 for 30C or higher being reached at any point this month.

    “The outlook for the next seven days looks glorious, which is why our odds on a record hot May are melting faster than an ice cream in the sun,” said Coral’s John Hill.

    “We are not ruling out temperatures reaching as high as 30C at some point in May,” added Hill.

    • 4-5 Record hot May
    • 6-4 30C or higher in the UK this month
  • Pollen count to rise with warmer temperatures

    The soaring temperatures will see the pollen count rise which is bad news for hay fever sufferers and those with other allergies.

    Allergy UK said “If people start to become symptomatic they should start taking their medications early so they will be most effective when the pollen levels really peak.

    “If they have them already that is great, otherwise talk to a pharmacist who will be able to help.”

  • Mixed weather on Sunday

    On Sunday, the Met Office said that clouds would lift with sunshine emerging, but there is the chance of some unsettled weather in the evening.

    It said: “Early low cloud soon clearing to leave a fine day with warm sunny spells across most areas.

    “Turning windier and cloudier in the far northwest with a little rain.”

    Any early patches of mist will soon lift and clear.

    It will then be dry and bright during the morning with spells of sunshine however variable amounts of cloud cover will tend to build bringing a chance of a few isolated showers.

    A dry evening with cloud breaking to reveal late sunny spells.

    It will be cloudy across Scotland and Northern Ireland with outbreaks of rain, heavy at times.

  • Brits can expect temperatures hotter than Mexico

    Temperatures are likely to rise even higher on Monday, reaching a peak of 23C in London although the Met Office warned it won’t be “clear sailing” as fronts with rain bearing clouds will move across the country at times.

    Things will get even hotter as the week continues, with temperatures expected to hit a high of 26C, making it hotter than Mexico.

    According to the Met Office’s forecast, tonight will be generally dry with clear spells however variable amounts of cloud cover will tend to build in from the west and patches of mist and fog will form.

    The Met Office said: “Early low cloud and drizzle across SE England slowly giving way to brighter skies but also a few showers.

    “Elsewhere, most parts dry with warm sunny spells and light winds. A few light showers developing across Scotland.

    “Most parts dry with clear spells. Low cloud developing across parts of England and spreading westwards through the night. Turning chilly in the northeast.”

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