Britain will be blazing again today with a heat wave of 32 degrees after spending a record weekend on a packed beach.
The hottest days ever continue, as the crowd absorbed the scorching rays. Torch lamps directly from the Azores Warmed British coast.
Both England and Wales recorded the hottest day of the year on Sunday, surpassing the record set on Saturday.
Forecasters also predict that temperatures can be in the low 30s and can get even warmer throughout the week.
The highest temperature of the day was recorded at Heathrow Airport and soared to 31.6 ° C.
This was above the 30.3C recorded at Koton in the Elms in Derbyshire on Saturday and the 29.7C recorded in southwest London on June 14.
It was also the hottest day in Cardiff, Wales, soaring to 30.2 ° C and surpassing Saturday’s temperature of 29.6 ° C in Usk, Monmouthshire, Wales.
Scotland and Northern Ireland did not beat Sunday’s record, with temperatures of 26.1 degrees Celsius in Scotland’s sleeve and 25.5 degrees Celsius in Thomas Town, NI.
Britain was even warmer than the Bahamas and Tenerife.
Meanwhile, high temperatures are expected to move to the West Country on Monday.
Becky Mitchell, a meteorologist at the Met Office, said:
“The areas most likely to get 32C are part of Midland, heading to southwest England, and in some cases London. All of these will reach their highest temperatures in the next few days.”
Netweather TV “This week also features warm nights, which can be unpleasant for some people.”
The website added, “In the afternoon, there will be heavy showers and thunderstorms in isolation, but in most places you will miss them.”
A spokesman for the Met Office also said, “We expect the temperature to continue on the hot side until Thursday … the highest and highest temperatures tend to move west.
“Therefore, we expect the highest temperatures on Monday and Tuesday to be in Southwest and South Wales, followed by higher temperatures in Northern Ireland and Northwest later in the week.”
The driver has Faced with travel turmoil Over the past few days in a massive dash to the shore.
And even though Monday is “Free Day”, it is believed that some British will want to do so. Call a sick person -Rather than wasting sunlight and returning to the office.
July 19th, government lifts everything Covid’s legal restrictions Social distance measurement has been abolished, large-scale events have resumed, and telecommuting guidance has been shelved.
But the prediction TelegraphIt is unlikely that the British will be pushed back to work, as the UK is in the brilliant sunshine.
Simon Partridge, a meteorologist at the Met Office, said the weather could surprise people “because the weather hasn’t been so great this summer so far.”
“Temperatures are generally below average for quite some time, most notably the temperature difference over such a short period of time,” he said.
“But it affects most of Britain, which is a bit more unusual-Scotland and Northern Ireland have just had the warmest day of the year.”
Sadly, some deaths occurred in the water as the British flocked to the rivers and coastal areas to cool.
4 people died after being pulled out of the water The hottest day of the year, including a teenage girl drowning in a lake in Oxfordshire.
Emergency at Durdle Door
At Dorset’s idyllic Durdle Door, hundreds of sun tanners had to clear the beach on Sunday afternoon to allow a Coast Guard helicopter to land during an emergency call.
The HM Coastguard said the woman fainted on the beach on suspicion of being stabbed by a jellyfish.
“This is a medical case involving the Southwestern Emergency Services, the Kinmarridge Coast Guard, the Lalworth Coast Guard, and rescue helicopters,” a spokeswoman said.
Victims were treated by the Coast Guard and paramedics on the gravel beach before being taken to the hospital and airlifted to the parking lot above the beauty spot.
Bookmakers have significantly reduced the chances of the hottest July of the month.
Ladbrokes cut the odds from 6/4 to just 5/4.
“It’s time to put out beach towels and sunscreen. The card could record a few days,” spokesman Alex Apati said.
However, the director of health warned the British: Stay safe during heat waves..
A warning was issued until Tuesday, and the UK Public Health Service boss is urging sun tanners to avoid the sun and drink plenty of water from 11 am to 3 pm.
And the longing of Britain Freedom day Covid’s restrictions are finally lifted, making it gorgeous.
“Monday is another almost dry, very warm, or hot day for many, and we promise long sunshine,” NetweatherTV said.
Social distance ends while the club reopens tonight at midnight I will support the bar with my friends and go home.
On the other hand, non-quarantine holidays return for the double jab British.
But the sunshine break is confusing because it is fully vaccinated. Travelers from France are said to need to be self-quarantined -Even though the country remains on the amber list.
It comes as Ibiza, Menorca and Mallorca have been moved to the amber list — Force vacationers to compete for testing A flight to get home on time.
UK Weather-After a record weekend on the beach, the UK is sizzling again at a scorching 32 ° C temperature
SourceUK Weather-After a record weekend on the beach, the UK is sizzling again at a scorching 32 ° C temperature