Temperatures will be on the rise next week with a hot and dry out for many.
After a week of thunderstorms and heavy rain, this weekend will remain volatile with other showers and periods of rain in the area, before hot, dry weather arrives next week.
Met Office, Chief Meteorologist, Andy Page said: “Friday will be cloudy with clear spells and showers – we have issued a weather warning for parts south, central and west of Scotland, where heavy showers and thunderstorms will develop this afternoon and evening.
“Saturday will be brighter with many of us enjoying a beautiful summer day with the heat of the sun and only a few isolated cases of showers. A band of rain is going to move east across the UK overnight on Saturday, clearing Sunday morning, then it’s going to be another sunny day mostly on Sunday with cloudy and light showers, these turning heavy in the North of Ireland and Scotland. ”
By early next week, it will remain suspended throughout the northwest of the UK, elsewhere however it will be hot and dry, with temperatures rising through the week. Deputy Chief Meteorologist, Martin the Younger, says: “By the middle of next week we will see temperatures throughout England and Wales largely climbing in the mid-high Celsius and there will likely be hot in the southern and eastern regions of England, as peak temperatures close to 30 degrees Celsius.
“It is possible from Northern Ireland and Scotland will join the rest of the country, seeing a warmer period of weather later next week as this warm air from the mainland spreads north through the United Kingdom.
Martin continued: “We are keeping a close eye on the possibility of severe thunderstorms developing later next week too, triggered by the heat of the continental air.”
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