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UK NewsScotland weather: Two week Indian summer with 21C highs to hit country

16:45  15 september  2019
16:45  15 september  2019 Source:   scotsman.com

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21 C is possible in Scotland , said The Weather Outlook, predicting “ Indian Summer -style” conditions. The Met Office forecast mainly settled conditions with The Weather Outlook forecaster Brian Gaze said: “ 21 C is possible later in the coming week in Scotland as a thrust of subtropical air brings Indian

SCOTS are set for a soaking today - as parts of the UK bask in sunshine and highs of 23C amid a Forecasters believe this balmy weekend will be the start of a two - week Indian summer before the The rain in Scotland is expected to move southwards across the rest of the country and then into

SCOTLAND will warm up as an 800-mile wide 'tropical thrust' of hot air brings a two-week Indian Summer lasting until October – with 21C (70F) highs.

Scotland weather: Two week Indian summer with 21C highs to hit country © Provided by Johnston Publishing Ltd

The Met Office forecast a showery Monday but then widespread sunshine from Tuesday as highs climb to 17C in midweek and 20C next weekend in Scotland. Average September highs are just 16C.

21C is possible in Scotland, said The Weather Outlook, predicting “Indian Summer-style” conditions.

The Met Office forecast mainly settled conditions with “warm sunshine” for up to two weeks, until the end of September.

Met Office forecaster Helen Roberts said: “A cold front is passing to bring cooler conditions to Scotland – but highs climb through the week, with 17C in midweek and touching 20C possible at end of the week.

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Temperatures are due to hit 23C in some parts of the country today with weather forecasters predicting a two week Indian summer . Day four of the St Leger meeting at Doncaster was blessed with summer weather while the beaches of the south-coast were packed with sun seekers.

Still hope for an Indian Summer ! Temperatures set to hit 70F this weekend as blast of tropical air The recent autumnal chill will be replaced this weekend by much warmer weather , with the mercury set to hit 70F ( 21 C ) in parts of the UK on Sunday Tonight: Outbreaks of rain continuing over Scotland

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“There will be widespread sunny spells from Tuesday, with high pressure and a lot of tropical air being drawn up.

“It's a definite change after an unsettled early September.

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“And the week from September 23 also looks like remaining fairly settled with high pressure, although the North-West may see some more unsettled weather at times.”

Met Office forecaster Sarah Kent said: “Spells of warm sunshine are likely to continue. It is likely settled conditions will prevail until the end of September.”

The Weather Outlook forecaster Brian Gaze said: “21C is possible later in the coming week in Scotland as a thrust of subtropical air brings Indian Summer-style conditions, with warm sunshine.” Ex-BBC and Met Office forecaster John Hammond of weathertrending said: “Subtropical southerlies bring the prospect of fine, warm weather.

“The mid-20s may be seen, more typical of midsummer, before a downward trend in temperatures towards September 29.”

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