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UK NewsBank holiday weekend sunshine continues as Britain to bask in 32C heat on Sunday and 33C on Monday

12:40  25 august  2019
12:40  25 august  2019 Source:   uk.news.yahoo.com

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.

A bank holiday is a national public holiday in the United Kingdom. These are set by the UK parliament in statute law. The term bank holiday is commonly used interchangeably with other public holidays

A heatwave reaching 33 C is forecast to hit parts of the UK on Sunday and Monday . Met Office records reveal the hottest Summer bank holiday weekend was in 2001 when temperatures If parts of Britain reach 33 C it would break the record for the hottest ever Summer bank holiday weekend

Bank holiday weekend sunshine continues as Britain to bask in 32C heat on Sunday and 33C on Monday People enjoy the warm weather on Bournemouth beach in Dorset (Picture: PA)

Britain is ready to bask in 32C heat on Sunday as the bank holiday weekend sunshine is set to continue.

The Met Office said temperatures could reach 32C today in the south-east of England, as thousands of people flock to seaside resorts and Notting Hill Carnival.

And things could get even hotter on Bank Holiday Monday, with forecasters predicting a high of 33C in the same region.

That would be a UK record for the August bank holiday.

Bank holiday weekend sunshine continues as Britain to bask in 32C heat on Sunday and 33C on Monday © Provided by Oath Inc. People play beach volleyball on Boscombe beach in Dorset (Picture: PA) Bank holiday weekend sunshine continues as Britain to bask in 32C heat on Sunday and 33C on Monday © Provided by Oath Inc. A person jumps into the sea at Whitby in Yorkshire on Saturday (Picture: PA)

In Scotland, where Monday is not a bank holiday, temperatures are expected to it 29C on Sunday.

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.

32. Londoners enjoy their Bank Holiday weekend in Hyde ParkCredit: 2019 © Elliott Franks. There is "a better picture" for north west Scotland on Easter Monday as they will lose the cloud and rain Sunbathers on Scarborough beach as Britain is set for a sunny Easter bank holiday weekend that Londoners bask in the unseasonably scorching sunny weather on Easter Bank Holiday weekend .

Britain is set for its warmest ever Easter weather with the mercury set to soar to a record-breaking 26C over The heat is set to peak on Sunday and Monday with Londoners lapping up a blissful 26C. Londoners bask in the unseasonably scorching sunny weather on Easter Bank Holiday weekend . Stoke-on-Trent will bask in sunshine as warm air from Greece pushes in. The Midlands city could

The hot weather, brought in by warm air from France, is in stark contrast to the heavy rain that fell throughout much of August.

On Saturday, the mercury rose to 30.7C at Heathrow, west London, just shy of the record of 31.5C set in the same location in 2001.

In Gogerddan, near Aberystwyth, it was 27.4C - a new record for the highest late August holiday weekend temperature in Wales.

Aberdeenshire in Scotland could see 29C on Sunday, while Northern Ireland is likely to enjoy 24C.

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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.

Glorious sun kick-starts Easter break that's set to be hottest in 70 years as Brits aboard moan of 'washout weekend '. Thousands of Brits have flocked to beaches and parks across country to bask in Good Friday sunshine . Conditions are expected to heat up as the bank holiday continues with

BRITAIN is to bask in temperatures as hot as Barbados tomorrow as the mercury soars to 28 But the Met Office predicts that tomorrow will be hotter as Britain matches the climate of the beautiful, tropical Caribbean island of Barbados. Bank holiday weather: Glorious Britain basks in sunshine .

Meanwhile, thousands of police officers will be on the streets of west London on Sunday as Notting Hill Carnival gets under way.

About one million people are expected to attend over the course of Sunday and Monday, with temperatures expected to reach at least 30C on both days.

The number of police officers at this year's carnival - 12,427, reflecting the number of shifts worked over the course of the weekend - is slightly down on last year.

Officers will be supported by about 900 event stewards on Sunday and approximately 1,100 on the typically busier Monday.

Bank holiday weekend sunshine continues as Britain to bask in 32C heat on Sunday and 33C on Monday © Provided by Oath Inc. A seagull next to Brighton Palace Pier (Picture: PA) Bank holiday weekend sunshine continues as Britain to bask in 32C heat on Sunday and 33C on Monday © Provided by Oath Inc. A dog swims in the harbour at Whitby in Yorkshire, as a bank holiday heatwave will see most of the country sizzling in sunshine with possible record temperatures, the Met Office has said.

Ahead of the annual celebration, the Met's Superintendent Elisabeth Chapple advised carnival-goers to be prepared for very hot weather by taking water or refillable bottles and downloading the official carnival app.

She said: "You can find medical points, food stops and receive live updates on transport network delays."

Met Office forecaster Craig Snell said: "People certainly need to bring plenty of water with them and slap on the suncream."

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