UK weather forecast LIVE – Brits to scorch in 30C heatwave this weekend with Monday set to be HOTTEST day of the year

BRITS set to sizzle in the 30C sunshine for at least 14 more days with reports of a new heatwave on the way.

According to Netweather the south-east can expect the hottest weather with "Perhaps nudging the low 30s in the south-east of England."

It means footie fans will bask in 29C heat as the Euros kick off on what's being dubbed the hottest weekend of the year – with Brits set to pack out sunny beer gardens.

With humid conditions building towards the weekend, 30C or more is "quite possible" on Saturday and Sunday, said John Hammond of Weather Trending.

The Met Office's long-range weather forecast reveals that temperatures are to be "very warm perhaps hot for a time" for the first part of the week starting June 14.

Met Office forecaster Alex Deakin said of the weekend's scorching weather: "If you like sunny skies then you're in for a bit of a treat because most parts of the UK will see an awful lot of blue sky on Saturday and Sunday.

"Saturday will be a cracking day if you like summer sunshine with temperatures generally in the mid to high twenties. On Sunday, we will see temperatures rising further, more widely over 27C and we could get 28C or maybe 29C across the south east."

Read our weather live blog below for the latest updates...

  • The Sun

    BRITISH SCORCHER 

    HEAT IS ON 

    UK WEATHER: FOOTBALL FANS TO SCHORCH IN 25C SUNSHINE TODAY, BEFORE 'HOTTEST DAY OF THE YEAR' TOMORROW

    EURO 2020 fans will bask in 25C sunshine today before Brits enjoy the “hottest day of the year” on Sunday, says the Met Office.

    The mercury will soar tomorrow afternoon, just as England take on Croatia, potentially making it the warmest June 13 on record.

    Football fans will on Sunday bask in the hottest day of the year so far, with temperatures hitting highs of 29C (84.2F).

    Parts of the UK will be hotter than holiday destinations in Ibiza, Mykonos – and even California – due to high pressure moving in from the south.

    Saturday will also be warm for England, Wales and most of Scotland, with temperatures reaching the mid-20s, the Met Office said.

    Read the full story here

     

     

  • Olivia Burke

    IS IT TOO HOT TO WALK MY DOG?

    Dogs, just like people, can get heatstroke so you should walk them when it’s cooler, such as early in the morning or later at night.

    Heatstroke can be fatal and occur in a matter of minutes, with tell-tale signs include collapsing, excessive panting and dribbling.

    But sadly, often when they show symptoms the damage is already done.

  • Olivia Burke

    MONDAY SET TO BE HOTTEST DAY OF THE YEAR

    After strong signs of a heatwave this weekend, with temperatures rising to the mid 20s in some parts of England, Monday is set to be a scorching 28C in some areas of Britain, potentially rising to 30C in London.

    It comes after high pressure makes its way from the Azores island in Portugal, settling across the Midlands and the southeast of England.

    Atlantic influence is to be expected over the northern and western parts of England, bringing with it cloudier skies and patches of rain.

    In June 2020, the highest recorded temperature for the month was a sizzling 32.6C recorded at London’s Heathrow Airport at 2.46pm.

  • Olivia Burke

    UK WEATHER FORECAST: CHART TURNS BLOOD RED AS SIZZLING 30C HEATWAVE MAKES ITS WAY TO BRITAIN THIS WEEKEND

    ENGLAND is scheduled to sizzle in 30C heatwave this weekend, with the latest weather charts showing the whole of Britain turn red as the scorching temperatures bathe the nation.

    Temperature charts show the mercury is set to soar to the high-20s by Sunday afternoon, with a scorching 30C forecast for Monday. Charts show the UK turning dark red as the heatwave sweeps the nation, with forecasters warning UV rays and pollen levels will be high.

    The rest of England can expect an average of 20C.

    Similar temperatures are forecast for Saturday afternoon, with a chart by The Weather Outlook forecasting highs of 25C by 4pm.

  • The Sun

    UK WEATHER LATEST: HOW LONG WILL THE HEATWAVE LAST?

    Britain has soaked the sunshine this month, with temperatures almostt reaching 26C.

    But how long will this heatwave last?

    England has been lucky to see some of the best weather of 2021 so far, and it doesn’t look like it is going to stop anytime soon.

    A spokesperson for the Met Office told the Sun Online: “Temperatures are going to stay warm, locally very warm, throughout this week and into the next.

    “A good deal of fine and dry weather across much of the UK for the end of June, although there could be a few showers in places and perhaps some rain in the far north at times.”

  • The Sun

    WHAT IS A HEATWAVE?

    ACCOMPANIED by high humidity, a heatwave is a period of hot weather relative to the expected conditions of the area at that time of year.

    A UK heatwave is met when a location records a period of at least three consecutive days with daily maximum temperatures meeting or exceeding the heatwave temperature threshold.

    Heatwaves are most common in summer when high pressure develops across an area. 

    High pressure systems are slow moving and can persist over an area for a prolonged period of time, such as days or even weeks.

  • The Sun

    MONDAY SET TO BE HOTTEST DAY OF THE YEAR

    After strong signs of a heatwave this weekend, with temperatures rising to the mid 20s in some parts of England, Monday is set to be a scorching 28C in some areas of Britain, potentially rising to 30C in London.

    It comes after high pressure makes its way from the Azores island in Portugal, settling across the Midlands and the southeast of England.

    Atlantic influence is to be expected over the northern and western parts of England, bringing with it cloudier skies and patches of rain.

    In June 2020, the highest recorded temperature for the month was a sizzling 32.6C recorded at London’s Heathrow Airport at 2.46pm.

  • The Sun

    WEEKEND SET TO BRING MINI HEATWAVE ACROSS THE UK, FORECASTERS SAY

    Britain could be on the brink of a mini-heatwave this weekend, with the mercury reaching the high 20s across most of the UK.

    A spell of high pressure means most areas will meet the Met Office's definition of a heatwave – defined as three days above a particular temperature threshold.

    The sun is set to stick around for the rest of the month, with only north-western parts due a little wind and rain towards the end of next week.

    Met Office spokesman Oli Claydon told the PA news agency: "There's a definition of what a heatwave is – it is at least three consecutive days of maximum temperatures meeting or exceeding a temperature threshold.

    "It is above 28C (82.4F) for London and large chunk of the south east, it is 27C (80.6F) for the Midlands and going towards the south west its 26C (78.8F). In Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales, Devon and Cornwall and the north east its 25C (77F) – so it is a sliding scale depending on where you are, but we haven't yet met that maximum threshold."

  • The Sun

    UK WEATHER LATEST: HOW LONG WILL THE HEATWAVE LAST?

    Britain has soaked the sunshine this month, with temperatures almostt reaching 26C.

    But how long will this heatwave last?

    England has been lucky to see some of the best weather of 2021 so far, and it doesn’t look like it is going to stop anytime soon.

    A spokesperson for the Met Office told the Sun Online: “Temperatures are going to stay warm, locally very warm, throughout this week and into the next.

    “A good deal of fine and dry weather across much of the UK for the end of June, although there could be a few showers in places and perhaps some rain in the far north at times.”

  • The Sun

    HEATWAVE BLOWS POLLEN BOMB ACROSS BRITAIN

    WIith England excitedly wait for the Euros to kick off this weekend, data from the Kleenex Pollen Forecast shows that a pollen bomb is set to hit multiple cities across the country this weekend.

    Sunny weather and temperatures reaching 28 degrees are forecast across the UK as England plays against Croatia this Sunday. The warmer weather is expected to contribute heavily to the higher pollen levels – and hay fever sufferers wanting to watch the match in the sun are advised to take extra precautions. 

    Some of the cities currently forecast for high grass pollen levels (over 61 PPM is high) this weekend are:

    • London: 263 PPM
    • Belfast: 249 PPM
    • Bristol: 284 PPM 
    • Edinburgh: 249 PPM
    • Glasgow: 232 PPM
    • Leeds: 263 PPM 
    • Leicester: 250 PPM
    • Liverpool: 243 PPM
    • Manchester: 279 PPM

    BRITISH HEATWAVE: UV LEVEL WARNINGS FOR THIS WEEKEND 

    On Saturday there will be high and very high UV levels across the UK with the highest levels occurring in the south east. 

    Sunday there are very high UV levels for the whole of the east, south east, London and south west. Sunscreen is being advised as essential. 

    As we come into Monday the same areas will once again have very high warnings for the hottest part of the day around 13:00.

    UK WEATHER LATEST: HOW LONG WILL THE HEATWAVE LAST?

    Britain has soaked the sunshine this month, with temperatures almostt reaching 26C.

    But how long will this heatwave last?

    England has been lucky to see some of the best weather of 2021 so far, and it doesn’t look like it is going to stop anytime soon.

    A spokesperson for the Met Office told the Sun Online: “Temperatures are going to stay warm, locally very warm, throughout this week and into the next.

    “A good deal of fine and dry weather across much of the UK for the end of June, although there could be a few showers in places and perhaps some rain in the far north at times.”

    WHAT IS A HEATWAVE?

    ACCOMPANIED by high humidity, a heatwave is a period of hot weather relative to the expected conditions of the area at that time of year.

    A UK heatwave is met when a location records a period of at least three consecutive days with daily maximum temperatures meeting or exceeding the heatwave temperature threshold.

    Heatwaves are most common in summer when high pressure develops across an area. 

    High pressure systems are slow moving and can persist over an area for a prolonged period of time, such as days or even weeks.

    UK WEATHER: SUMMER ISN'T HERE YET AS "WIDESPREAD" SHOWERS SOAK BRITS AFTER WEEKEND HEATWAVE

    BRITAIN is expecting a heatwave this weekend, which could see temperatures soar to as high as 30C in some parts of the UK, however, forecast predicts heavy rain is on its way next week. 

    The Met Office predicts a hot weekend ahead after Brits have enjoyed mercury in the mid-20s over the past few days.

    WX Charts show a weather system is set to move in which could bring widespread showers across the West Midlands, south west, parts of Wales, and the north of England.

    The Met Office also adds that they predict rain to fall in places towards the end of the month.

    They said: "A good deal of fine and dry weather across much of the UK towards the end of June, although there could be a few showers in places and perhaps some rain in the far north at times.

    "Temperatures are likely to be above average, and warm in the south. By the end of June and into early July, conditions will probably become more unsettled with an increasing chance of rain spreading across the UK."

    SUN LIKE IT HOT

    Britain is set to bask in soaring temperatures this week with the heat set to rise, with the possibility of record highs of 30C.

    The mercury is set to soar even more throughout the week, with Friday set to hit 27C and it could get hotter later on with chances of a new warmest day of the year.

    The weather outlook have said that there are signs of cooler air returning but it could be warmer before that.

    They said: “There is a realistic possibility of 30C being reached in the UK for this first time this year before temperatures dip.”

    • The Sun

      WEEKEND SET TO BRING MINI HEATWAVE ACROSS THE UK, FORECASTERS SAY

      Britain could be on the brink of a mini-heatwave this weekend, with the mercury reaching the high 20s across most of the UK.

      A spell of high pressure means most areas will meet the Met Office's definition of a heatwave – defined as three days above a particular temperature threshold.

      The sun is set to stick around for the rest of the month, with only north-western parts due a little wind and rain towards the end of next week.

      Met Office spokesman Oli Claydon told the PA news agency: "There's a definition of what a heatwave is – it is at least three consecutive days of maximum temperatures meeting or exceeding a temperature threshold.

      "It is above 28C (82.4F) for London and large chunk of the south east, it is 27C (80.6F) for the Midlands and going towards the south west its 26C (78.8F). In Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales, Devon and Cornwall and the north east its 25C (77F) – so it is a sliding scale depending on where you are, but we haven't yet met that maximum threshold."

    • The Sun

      IS IT TOO HOT TO WALK MY DOG?

      Dogs, just like people, can get heatstroke so you should walk them when it’s cooler, such as early in the morning or later at night.

      Heatstroke can be fatal and occur in a matter of minutes, with tell-tale signs include collapsing, excessive panting and dribbling.

      But sadly, often when they show symptoms the damage is already done.

    • The Sun

      GAME ON 

      UK WEATHER – BRITS TO SIZZLE IN 29C THIS WEEKEND FOR ENGLAND'S EURO'S GAME ON HOTTEST WEEKEND OF THE YEAR 

      FOOTBALL fans will bask in 29C heat as the Euros kick off on the hottest weekend of the year.

      Brits are set to pack out sunny beer gardens to cheer their team on as England face Croatia on Sunday.

      After a warm and muggy week, "temperatures will be rising once more".

      It could hit highs of 28C on Saturday, 29C on Sunday and a sizzling 30C on Monday. 

      Met Office forecaster Alex Deakin said: "If you like sunny skies then you're in for a bit of a treat because most parts of the UK will see an awful lot of blue sky on Saturday and Sunday.

      "Saturday will be a cracking day if you like summer sunshine with temperatures generally in the mid to high twenties.

      "On Sunday, we will see temperatures rising further, more widely over 27C and we could get 28C or maybe 29C across the south east."

    • The Sun

      HEATWAVE BLOWS POLLEN BOMB ACROSS BRITAIN

      WITH England excitedly wait for the Euros to kick off this weekend, data from the Kleenex Pollen Forecast shows that a pollen bomb is set to hit multiple cities across the country this weekend.

      Sunny weather and temperatures reaching 28 degrees are forecast across the UK as England plays against Croatia this Sunday. The warmer weather is expected to contribute heavily to the higher pollen levels – and hay fever sufferers wanting to watch the match in the sun are advised to take extra precautions. 

      Some of the cities currently forecast for high grass pollen levels (over 61 PPM is high) this weekend are:

      • London: 263 PPM
      • Belfast: 249 PPM
      • Bristol: 284 PPM 
      • Edinburgh: 249 PPM
      • Glasgow: 232 PPM
      • Leeds: 263 PPM 
      • Leicester: 250 PPM
      • Liverpool: 243 PPM
      • Manchester: 279 PPM

      Readings are correct as of 11th June.

      MET OFFICE WEATHER: FRESH WEATHER THROUGHOUT SATURDAY AS BRITAIN ENJOYS WARM SUNSHINE, AWAY FROM THE FAR NORTHWEST

      UK WEATHER LATEST: HOW LONG WILL THE HEATWAVE LAST?

      Britain has soaked the sunshine this month, with temperatures almost reaching 26C.

      But how long will this heatwave last?

      England has been lucky to see some of the best weather of 2021 so far, and it doesn’t look like it is going to stop anytime soon.

      A spokesperson for the Met Office told the Sun Online: “Temperatures are going to stay warm, locally very warm, throughout this week and into the next.

      “A good deal of fine and dry weather across much of the UK for the end of June, although there could be a few showers in places and perhaps some rain in the far north at times.”

      • The Sun

        MET OFFICE: FIVE DAY WEATHER FORECAST

        Tonight:

        Clear spells for many, particularly in east and south. A few fog patches parts of Wales and southern England. Some showers in far north where windy. Cooler than previous nights.

        Saturday:

        Fine and dry for most with good sunny spells. Warm or very warm, particularly in the southeast. Thicker cloud arriving into Northern Ireland and western Scotland, perhaps with rain later.

        Outlook for Sunday to Tuesday:

        Fine, dry and very warm/hot for many. Cloudier at times for parts of Scotland and Northern Ireland with showery rain. Unsettled by Wednesday with a risk of thunderstorms.

      • The Sun

        WHAT IS A HEATWAVE?

        ACCOMPANIED by high humidity, a heatwave is a period of hot weather relative to the expected conditions of the area at that time of year.

        A UK heatwave is met when a location records a period of at least three consecutive days with daily maximum temperatures meeting or exceeding the heatwave temperature threshold.

        Heatwaves are most common in summer when high pressure develops across an area. 

        High pressure systems are slow moving and can persist over an area for a prolonged period of time, such as days or even weeks. 

      • The Sun

        UK WEATHER: SUMMER ISN'T HERE YET AS "WIDESPREAD" SHOWERS SOAK BRITS AFTER WEEKEND HEATWAVE

        BRITAIN is expecting a heatwave this weekend, which could see temperatures soar to as high as 30C in some parts of the UK, however, forecast predicts heavy rain is on its way next week. 

        The Met Office predicts a hot weekend ahead after Brits have enjoyed mercury in the mid-20s over the past few days.

        WX Charts show a weather system is set to move in which could bring widespread showers across the West Midlands, south west, parts of Wales, and the north of England.

        The Met Office also adds that they predict rain to fall in places towards the end of the month.

        They said: "A good deal of fine and dry weather across much of the UK towards the end of June, although there could be a few showers in places and perhaps some rain in the far north at times.

        "Temperatures are likely to be above average, and warm in the south. By the end of June and into early July, conditions will probably become more unsettled with an increasing chance of rain spreading across the UK."

      • The Sun

        UK WEATHER FORECAST: CHART TURNS BLOOD RED AS SIZZLING 30C HEATWAVE MAKES ITS WAY TO BRITAIN THIS WEEKEND

        ENGLAND is scheduled to sizzle in 30C heatwave this weekend, with the latest weather charts showing the whole of Britain turn red as the scorching temperatures bathe the nation.

        Temperature charts show the mercury is set to soar to the high-20s by Sunday afternoon, with a scorching 30C forecast for Monday. Charts show the UK turning dark red as the heatwave sweeps the nation, with forecasters warning UV rays and pollen levels will be high.

        The rest of England can expect an average of 20C.

        Similar temperatures are forecast for Saturday afternoon, with a chart by The Weather Outlook forecasting highs of 25C by 4pm.

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