Weather forecaster predicts ’35C heatwave’ in UK As Summer Begins! According to recent forecasts, the UK may be in for a 35°C heatwave in July after many weeks of unpredictable weather patterns that followed the scorching heatwave in June.
Met Office forecasts exact date for ’35C July heatwave’
Weather Outlook’s Brian Gaze told The Sun that he wouldn’t be surprised if temperatures reached the mid-30s by the end of the month.
“Long-range computer models now indicate an enhanced possibility of very warm conditions over the last third of July,” he stated.
The hottest weather of the summer usually occurs in July or August, but temperatures in the UK this month hit 32.7C. Extreme heat waves have become more frequent in the UK in recent years.
“I wouldn’t be shocked if the temperature reached 35 C.” (91F). To put it into perspective, the warmest day in the 1980s as a whole was 34.4C.
Despite reports of a heatwave, the Met Office outlook for July
Although the Met Office’s long-range weather prognosis was more somber, it did predict “higher than average temperatures” towards the month’s end.
According to the long-range weather forecast, which covered the two weeks between July 13 and July 27, “the south is likely to see more settled conditions, while any unsettled weather will be confined mostly to the north, although it may on occasion extend to the rest of the UK through the middle of July.
“The likelihood of stable, dry, and good weather becoming more prevalent increases as the time progresses.
In the beginning, temperatures are anticipated to trend close to or above average before becoming generally warm toward the end of the month, particularly throughout the south.