UK hot weather MAP: 700-mile wide ‘Saharan blowtorch’ puts UK at chance of 39C TOMORROW | Weather | News

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It means Britain could pass the threshold for a heatwave, which requires three days of temperatures over 25C across most of the nation and 28C in London.

Met Office Chief Meteorologist Dan Suri said: “Most of us will see a spell of warm, summery weather later this week, with hot weather developing across southern parts of the UK.

“From Thursday temperatures will be in the low- to mid-20s Celsius for Northern Ireland, Scotland and north Wales and it’ll be much warmer across southern and central areas, with temperatures widely reaching 28-29C.

“It’ll be another hot day on Friday with temperatures widely reaching 30C, or higher, in central, southern and some northern parts of England.





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