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UK News Britain basks in glorious 80F temperatures with sunshine until Tuesday

21:30  20 september  2020
21:30  20 september  2020 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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Britain is basking in glorious 80 F temperatures today with Indian Summer conditions sending the mercury soaring - before it all comes to an end on Tuesday . Forecasters are predicting possible amber weather warnings in place by early next week and what could be the first named storm of the season.

Britain made the most of glorious sunshine yesterday as country basked in temperatures hotter It will feel like a different season this weekend, with temperatures above seen at 4pm for yesterday Officials said the service does not start until the May half term. Two women recline in deck chairs at

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Britain is basking in glorious 80F temperatures today with Indian Summer conditions sending the mercury soaring - before it all comes to an end on Tuesday.

Forecasters are predicting possible amber weather warnings in place by early next week and what could be the first named storm of the season.

Most parts of the UK enjoyed warm sunshine today, but temperatures are set to plunge in the coming days with the possibility Storm Aiden could hit.

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Pictured, sun rise today over a poppy field in Blandford, Dorset. Music lovers failed to let the rain dampen their spirits yesterday at Parklife Festival in However, extended dry spells are predicted across the country from tomorrow, with midweek temperatures soaring as high as 80 F (27C) in the

Britain roasts on the hottest day of the year so far as temperatures hit 82F - making UK warmer than Ibiza and the But while some will be basking in the heat there will be outbreaks of rain spreading east on But it will be fresher and cooler with sunshine and scattered showers Monday and Tuesday .

Heavy rain and possible winds of up to 65mph could signal the end of the recent Indian Summer, and threats of more lockdowns mean this weekend could have been the last time this year Britons were able to enjoy decent weather.

Up to 100,000 weekend visitors rushed to Brighton with highs hotter than the 73F Algarve and nudging 80F.

The temperatures, which are expected to last until Monday, come as Spain's Subtropical Storm Alpha pushes warm air towards Britain.

But 'autumn proper' is on the way as an Atlantic storm sees washouts hit the North on Tuesday and the South as well from Wednesday.

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'On Tuesday , things will brighten up in Scotland and the north west but the damp weather will continue to sweep across the south east, meaning a wet One woman stretched out on a bench, with her legs over the back of it, while a man gazed out on to the skyline. Britain is basking in glorious sunshine

BRITS have been basking in glorious sunshine today with the UK expected to be hotter than Turkey and Temperatures are expected to reach up to 19C across most of Britain . But if you're planning on The sunny weather is expected to last right through the weekend until Tuesday , when it will be

The Met Office forecasts gales in the West and a buffeting until Thursday.

65mph gusts in the West are shown on forecast models. MeteoGroup said the storm could be named Aiden, Britain's first named storm of autumn.

Polar air follows with chilly 16C highs on Thursday and just 14C on Friday and the weekend in the South, with 11-12C in the North.

The Met Office warned of frost and gales in the North.

Today, daytrippers clogged up coastal routes including the A23 to Brighton, A31 to Dorset and A30 to Cornwall, as hundreds rushed to the nation's beauty spots to soak up the sun rays.

Hordes of Britons were spotted enjoying the warm weather on Brighton Beach while others were seen riding their bikes through a sunny Oxfordshire.

On the Dorset coast, Durdle Door was bustling with people this afternoon and some visitors even swam through the tourist attraction's famed arch while Brighton is estimated to have seen 100,000 daily visitors and Bournemouth 50,000.

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A sunbather basks in the hot weather at Bournemouth beach, Dorset, as Britain enjoys its second day of scorching sunshine . A little boy had fun digging a hole Weymouth is pictured basking in glorious sunshine today. Londoners enjoy the warm Easter weather and an ice-cold drink in Hyde Park, in the

BRITAIN is about to heat up with a sweltering tropical blast promising a return to near 90F Roasting sunshine , blue skies and temperatures in the high 80Fs or 90Fs will largely hold out until September, according to Click through our gallery of Britain basking in the glorious sunshine ! Play slideshow.

Elsewhere hundreds of people sat at tables outside restaurants in Soho, central London, today to enjoy the Indian Summer conditions.

Supermarkets also witnessed a rush in buyers, with Tesco set to have sold 300,000 sausage packs, 250,000 ice creams and lollies and two million cans or bottles of beer, sales trends showed.

The scenes came just a day after hundreds of tourists flocked to Blackpool to enjoy the town's famous Illuminations which are on display until January.

Speaking at a press conference on Friday, Deputy Chief Constable of Lancashire Constabulary Terry Woods said: 'Going to Blackpool, if you're not from Blackpool, this weekend and mingling in any large crowds, that is not looking after my family and it wouldn't be looking after your family.

'What we need to do is focus in on protecting yourself and your family. Make sensible decisions to protect yourselves, going to Blackpool in mass numbers is quite the opposite of protecting yourselves.'

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It comes as Health Secretary Matt Hancock today warned that Britain was at a 'tipping point' in its battle against a second devastating wave of coronavirus.

Explaining that the Government could not rule out putting the whole nation into a second total lockdown, he told BBC1's The Andrew Marr Show: 'This country faces a tipping point.

'We have a choice, and the choice is if everybody follows the rules and does the self-isolation if they need to, follows the rule of six, which is really simple and clear, and the basics, hands, face and space, then we can avoid further measures.

'But the alternative to that choice is that we will have to bring in more action. And we don’t want to do that, but every single person has a part to play in this and everybody watching has a choice: do you follow the rules or not? And if everybody follows the rules, then we’ll be able to get the virus under control.'

MeteoGroup forecaster Ravi Kotecha said: 'Subtropical Storm Alpha may push warmth towards the UK into Monday.

'It's possible Wednesday's Atlantic low pressure system could be a named storm. Rain and brisk winds are expected.'

Met Office forecaster Marco Petagna said: 'The Atlantic jetstream will power up and bring a big change to rain and wind.

'And forecast models show much cooler air arriving.'

A Met Office forecaster said: 'Rain and strengthening winds with possible gales in the West are expected on Wednesday, with further rain and windy conditions through the rest of the week, when the North may see gales.

'Temperatures will be cool and frost may be seen in parts of the North.'

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