This year has been a summer hit and miss in the UK.
This summer may not be the norm for previous seasons – depending on the season – but accordingly. prediction, Things are starting to look this week.
Forecasters say parts of the UK could see “official” heatwaves in the coming days, with temperatures reaching around 30C (86F).
Met Office “People in some areas will be in extreme heat and sunshine from Monday to Wednesday this week,” he said.
The mercury is expected to exceed the September average of 18C (64.4F) in the UK.
Here’s everything you need to know about it.
What is the ‘official’ heatwave?
One location is on the threshold of the UK’s heatwave when it records a period of at least three days with maximum daily temperature levels that vary across the country.
These include 25C (77F) for Central England and Wales – where it is predicted to exceed – and 28C (82.4F) for London and the South East.
What did the Met Office say?
“We expect temperatures to rise early next week,” said Annie Shuttleworth, a Met Office forecaster.
“Sunday will be a cloudy and wet day for most. Scotland And Northern Ireland, while further south, will see bright and sunny conditions with temperatures in the mid-twenties.
Despite the cloudy start on Monday, conditions will be clearer and warmer with warmer temperatures in large parts of England and East Wales as the continental wind blows from the south.
The winds will begin blowing across the country on Tuesday and Wednesday, dragging temperatures to 29C (84.2F) for parts of the southeast, while Scotland and Northern Ireland will also move into the mid-20s.
It is very hot for the time of year and can be even more painful for people trying to sleep at night, with temperatures hovering around 18C (64.4F) in the evening.
How likely is the ‘official’ heatwave?
Shuttleworth said it meant a “good chance” of an official heatwave for parts of central England and East Wales, with temperatures hovering around 25C (77F) for three days.
However, it warned of a low pressure area from the west on Wednesday afternoon, which would lead to gray and wet conditions for most parts of the UK on Thursday.
Thunderstorms and rain are also expected in the second half of the week.
Bookmaker Coral came up with the idea of reducing the odds in the UK from 2/1 to 4/5 in September.
A spokesman said: “Summer is not over yet and with a small heatwave, the chances of ending this month as a record hot September have increased significantly.”