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UK NewsSummer makes a welcome return as thunder and rain give way to sunshine for the rest of this week with temperatures set to soar to 80F in time for the August Bank Holiday weekend

19:00  20 august  2019
19:00  20 august  2019 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

Britain’s August washout to be replaced by Bank Holiday weekend sun but don’t expect a heatwave

Britain’s August washout to be replaced by Bank Holiday weekend sun but don’t expect a heatwave The UK’s August washout is expected to be replaced by fairer weather, but don’t expect a Bank Holiday weekend heatwave. Despite reports that temperatures could soar as high as 30C in Britain by the end of next week, the Met Office has warned a more “gradual improvement” in the weather is likely. Blustery showers are expected across the UK over the next few days, while hopes of a Bank Holiday heatwave have been dashed by forecasters. Sunny spells will brighten up the weekend in between showers, and maximum temperatures are expected to be average - about 21C in the South and about 19C in the North.

Summer makes a welcome return as thunder and rain give way to sunshine for the rest of this week with temperatures set to soar to 80 F in time for the The summer holidays in Britain have so far been characterised by heavy rain and strong winds which have left beaches deserted and

As the week progresses, more rain will batter the north as shown in this WX Weather chart for But the mercury will start to creep up again by the end of this week - when southerly winds blow into The North and West will still see showers at times . Dry end to summer . But the Met Office

The summer holidays in Britain have so far been characterised by heavy rain and strong winds which have left beaches deserted and holidaymakers raiding the cupboard for board games.

But an improvement is on the way for the final few weeks before the schools go back, starting with a balmy bank holiday weekend that will see temperatures soar towards 80F (27C) on Saturday.

Conditions are also expected to be mostly pleasant for this week, after some thundery showers for some areas today - with the mercury rising gradually each day as the weekend draws nearer.

Summer makes a welcome return as thunder and rain give way to sunshine for the rest of this week with temperatures set to soar to 80F in time for the August Bank Holiday weekend
Summer makes a welcome return as thunder and rain give way to sunshine for the rest of this week with temperatures set to soar to 80F in time for the August Bank Holiday weekend
Summer makes a welcome return as thunder and rain give way to sunshine for the rest of this week with temperatures set to soar to 80F in time for the August Bank Holiday weekend
Summer makes a welcome return as thunder and rain give way to sunshine for the rest of this week with temperatures set to soar to 80F in time for the August Bank Holiday weekend

Met Office forecaster Craig Snell predicted 'something a little more summer-like' for the first half of the bank holiday weekend, with temperatures getting up to 25C (77F) in the South East by Friday.

Summer's coming back! Britain is to enjoy a balmy Bank Holiday as temperatures nudge 86F at the end of the month

Summer's coming back! Britain is to enjoy a balmy Bank Holiday as temperatures nudge 86F at the end of the month Britons will be able to enjoy some sunshine over the Bank Holiday as temperatures creep up towards 30C (86F) by the end of the month. In London on Friday the mercury could reach 25C.

AFTER the hottest August Bank Holiday on record, UK weather is set to get even WARMER. Forecasters predict the mercury could soar to a whopping 30C as Britain enjoys a glorious Indian He told the Daily Star: “ Temperatures making a run towards the upper 20s in some locations during

TEMPERATURES are expected to rocket in time for the bank holiday weekend despite the wet start to the week . Temperatures are set to rise first in the south before the rest of the country benefits from the high air “ Temperatures should be not far from 30C for some at the end of August .”

However, he warned that the forecast for Sunday and Monday was less certain. 'The week ahead will see a north-south split develop across the UK, Mr Snell said. 'But gradually the South will turn drier and sunnier.

'Temperatures are still struggling for this time of year, at best reaching 23C (73F) in the South East. Factoring in the breeze it will feel cool for mid-August. The Bank Holiday weekend will be warmer, but still cooler than it should be.'

Northern and western regions will today see showers and longer spells of rain, some locally heavy and thundery - although it will be drier and brighter in the South with sunny spells despite a few showers in the South West.

Tonight will bring showers for much of southern Scotland and the far north of England. Elsewhere, any daytime showers should largely fade to leave a dry and largely clear night with a gentle south-westerly breeze.

August bank holiday 2019 weather: Record-breaking temperatures could soar to 33C in the south east

August bank holiday 2019 weather: Record-breaking temperatures could soar to 33C in the south east With warm weather on the cards for the long weekend, many people are expected to head for the coast or the countryside and motoring organisations have warned drivers to be prepared. August Bank Holiday Monday RAC spokesman Rod Dennis said: “With summer returning in time for the weekend for many of us, it’s going to mean millions of us take to the road for day trips and short breaks. By Bank Holiday Monday itself temperatures will rise further with around 33 Celsius possible in the southeast – which would set a new record for the coming Bank Holiday weekend.

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The Met Office said Britain is in for a hot and steamy end to the week after a shaky start with more rain forecast for tomorrow morning. Britain is set to enjoy a mini heatwave at the end of this weekCredit: Alamy. James Madden, forecaster for Exacta Weather, said sun-starved Britons can look forward to

Summer makes a welcome return as thunder and rain give way to sunshine for the rest of this week with temperatures set to soar to 80F in time for the August Bank Holiday weekend
Summer makes a welcome return as thunder and rain give way to sunshine for the rest of this week with temperatures set to soar to 80F in time for the August Bank Holiday weekend
Summer makes a welcome return as thunder and rain give way to sunshine for the rest of this week with temperatures set to soar to 80F in time for the August Bank Holiday weekend
Summer makes a welcome return as thunder and rain give way to sunshine for the rest of this week with temperatures set to soar to 80F in time for the August Bank Holiday weekend
Summer makes a welcome return as thunder and rain give way to sunshine for the rest of this week with temperatures set to soar to 80F in time for the August Bank Holiday weekend

Sunny spells will feature tomorrow for most areas, although there will be a risk of a few showers in the West which may merge into longer spells of rain across Northern Ireland and later western Scotland and North West England.

It will be fine and dry for many through most of Wednesday, though heavy rain crossing Northern Ireland from the West during the morning will spread east to other northern and western areas later.

The warm weather is being brought in by a tropical typhoon developing over Asia. Storm Krosa is spinning over the Pacific Ocean and will soon hit the jet stream over Japan, bringing high pressure across Asia and then Europe.

The top temperatures over the weekend were 75.4F (24.1C) at London Heathrow Airport on Saturday, before 72.3F (22.6C) at Holbeach in Lincolnshire yesterday. The low was 45.7F (7.6C) at Balmoral in Aberdeenshire.

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Scotland basks in 23C temperatures as records continue to tumble.
The summer weather shows no signs of abating in Scotland after the hottest late-August weekend ever. © Provided by Johnston Publishing Ltd The Met Office confirmed Edinburgh and Glasgow are enjoying 22C sunshine today while the mercury has hit 23C in Inverness. Dundee and Aberdeen were similarly balmy at 22C. The August sunshine is being felt across the UK. Yesterday was the hottest Bank Holiday Sunday in August in history with a 33.3C temperature recorded near Heathrow.

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