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UK NewsMini heatwave to hit Scotland tomorrow as temperatures set to rise

18:00  23 august  2019
18:00  23 august  2019 Source:   msn.com

Three-day break... from the RAIN! Britain faces more downpours this week before Bank Holiday heatwave with 86F highs - as August is already wetter than average

Three-day break... from the RAIN! Britain faces more downpours this week before Bank Holiday heatwave with 86F highs - as August is already wetter than average Temperatures are forecast to build until Sunday but downpours will hit northern areas until Friday, with outbreaks of rain expected in some southern parts before high pressure moves in. But experts said this weekend could also see a 'south-north split' as colder downpours continue in northern England and Scotland. At least 94mm of rain has fallen across the UK between August 1 and 17 - about five per cent above the national average for the entire month, according to the Met Office.

Brits are bracing for a mini - heatwave to hit next week with temperatures expected to soar to 25C. The south of England will be getting the best of the weather with By tomorrow afternoon that band of rain will be in the eastern part of Scotland , so for many western areas it will be ‘a fine day with a lot of

BRITAIN is back on heatwave alert with temperatures set to rocket into the low 90Fs again within days. The mercury is poised to nudge 33C (91.4F) in London by the end of the week while hitting the mid Temperatures will start to rise tomorrow with sudden and extreme heat threatening to trigger

Scotland is set to bask in sunshine this weekend as a mini heatwave hits the country.

Forecasters from the Met Office predict temperatures could reach as high as 25C in Glasgow tomorrow with most parts of the country expected to break 20C.

On Sunday the mercury will drop to around 21C to 22C in all parts of the country as it continues to stay dry.

So, get the sun cream, the sunglasses and the shorts on because it's going to be a scorcher.

Mini heatwave to hit Scotland tomorrow as temperatures set to rise © Daily Record The temperatures are set to reach 25C in Glasgow on Saturday

Glasgow, the south west and Edinburgh will see the best of the weather on Saturday and and Sunday with tomorrow being the best day.

Britain wakes up to an early-morning blanket of fog before temperatures soar to 80F later today as the Bank Holiday heatwave gets underway

Britain wakes up to an early-morning blanket of fog before temperatures soar to 80F later today as the Bank Holiday heatwave gets underway Friday is off to a foggy start for much of Britain but it is expected to be replaced by sunny skies with temperatures soaring to around 82F making for a balmy Bank Holiday weekend.

TEMPERATURES have been set to hit 28C as Brits welcome a slightly cooler day than yesterday's Thunderstorms are expected in central and east England, but temperatures will remain hot. The World Meteorological Organisation definition of a heatwave is "when the daily maximum temperature

SCOTLAND is bracing itself for EIGHT heatwaves with temperatures expected to smash through 31C this summer. The scorching heat will begin as early as tomorrow and run Peak temperatures will rise to 31C next month. AccuWeather meteorologist Jim Andrews said: “The UK is looking at a range

Aberdeen hit 22C today but it will drop to around 19C tomorrow, while further south in Dundee the mercury will be the same however it could reach 24C on Saturday.

In the capital there will be light winds and warm weather with temperatures hitting around 25C. On Sunday in Edinburgh it will be 22C for most of the day.

Across in Glasgow there will be a mist and fog patches early on, however that will clear and it will reach 25C.

It will be cooler on Sunday in the west with early 20s predicted.

A Met Office forecast read: "A few shallow mist and fog patches possible at first, otherwise bright with sunny spells.

"Warm or very warm and winds mostly light. Maximum temperature 25 °C."

Summer's over! Temperatures plunge by 30F in just 12 hours as heatwave is replaced by an inch of rain and 35mph winds.
A weather front will cross Britain today, with longer spells of rain in the North and showers possible in the South. Temperatures are set to reach maximums of just 75F (24C) in the South.

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