Britain will be hotter than Portugal tomorrow and the card will be cast with a warm spell of 24 degrees, but it won’t last long.
Forecaster says Rainy weather It’s probably pouring this weekend and strong winds are expected nationwide.
There is plenty of sunshine on Thursday and temperatures are expected to exceed 22 degrees Celsius. FaroThe British should prepare for the fall scene on Saturday and Sunday.
But the brighter news is that mercury should rise again towards the middle of next week.
Britain was “much warmer than the average in the first half of September,” said Aidan McGivern, a meteorologist at the Met Office.
“The theme continues until Thursday, the first day of this forecast,” he said.
“The fog first creates and reduces road visibility, but when the fog clears, sunny days continue in most places, followed by warm sunny days.
“In the south you will be 23 or 24 degrees Celsius, and in the north you will be a teenager.
“And on Friday, there will be fine weather in many places, including eastern Scotland, most of England and Wales in the warm sunshine.”
But as the new front driven by the jet stream is heading, forecasters are then divided on what we can expect.
“What happens next is exposed to a lot of uncertainty,” McGiburn admitted.
“It’s really important because it has a big impact on most of the weather on weekends and next week.”
He said it would be “very messy” with cloudy skies and showers this weekend.
Nevertheless, we will still see strange spots of sunlight-and McGiburn said, “It certainly won’t be washed away everywhere.”
Then the forecast will be pretty bright the next day-for some people.
“All of these systems will be out of the way by mid-next week,” he said.
“In the southeast, the highs from Scandinavia are linked to the highs in the Azores.
“Warm and sunny days continue during the day, with fog and fog all night long.
“This is a different story for northern and western Scotland, and Northern Ireland.
Late summer return
“Tracking storms to Iceland and the Faroe Islands brings strong winds, and in some areas even strong winds sometimes bring heavy rains.”
But those who mourn the end of the gloomy summer may have a few more days left to sunbathe before the fall begins.
“By the end of next week, many places are likely to be well and settled, especially towards the southeast,” McGiburn said.
It was almost sunny today London was hit by heavy rain yesterday.
After a three-inch “heavy” rain, the London Bridge and many subway stations were left underwater.
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UK Weather-British is hotter than Portugal, warm tomorrow at 24 degrees Celsius and heavy rain this weekend
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