It was Tuesday the hottest day of the year in Great Britain so far, and that record could be broken again several times this week.
Yesterday in Northholt, West London, the temperature of mercury reached 20.5 degrees Celsius – a staggering temperature for this time of year.
Fortunately, there are no signs of burns heat According to weather forecasters, conditions will weaken in the near future.
Talking to ExpressBecame Danaos of BBC Weather said: “It has been the warmest day of the year so far, we have seen maximum temperatures of 21 ° C in both Wales and England.
“The next few days will be warm and dry, and there will still be a very chance of a separate downpour, but in most places it will be dry.
“Our weather will be affected by the high pressure that sits to the east of us, so we are pulling up this warm air from the south and southeast.”
Weather forecasters hourly predicted how hot each day will be this week, thus showing the exact time when mercury could exceed Tuesday.
The BBC believes that today we will have at least 20 degrees of heat, the maximum will be around 13:00 and 15:00.
Thursday is also forecast to be 20 degrees Celsius, with temperatures ranging from 1pm to 4pm.
Netweather says this week’s mercury temperature will reach 18 degrees Celsius, but they also predicted 18 degrees Celsius for yesterday’s roast.
They have maximum temperatures from noon to 3pm today and around 3pm on Thursday.
The Meteorological Bureau make similar predictions, with the highest temperatures will be from 13:00 to 15:00 today and from 13:00 to 16:00 tomorrow.
Becky Mitchell, a senior operational meteorologist with the Meteorological Bureau, told the PA news agency: “Temperatures are rising pretty fast, and there’s a lot of sunlight across the country today.
“Most places stay dry and sunny, and it looks a lot like most of this week – we’re staying in that sunlight.”
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