July’s UK heatwave has seen temperatures soar – and now all eyes are now onto the next blast of hot weather which is expected next month.
So far this year we’ve seen temperatures soar up to 32C but it’s due to rain soon and the hot weather will be replaced by thunderstorms.
Forecasters and meteorologists have published 28-day weather predictions across the country, which indicate exactly when we could see the scorching weather return.
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The Met Office says August will have ”drier conditions with sunny spells and ”showers or longer periods of rain” reports Birmingham Live.
The Met Office’s long-range forecast for Yorkshire is predicting “warmer and drier-than-average conditions”.
The weather is most likely to become more settled towards mid-August – so we could see the heatwave on August 15 or 16.
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The Met Office predicts: “As we head further towards mid-August, it is most likely to become more settled with drier and warmer conditions developing. However, as with all long-range forecasts, confidence becomes lower towards longer timescales.”
Dr Owen Landeg, Scientific and Technical Lead at PHE, said: “Everybody can be affected by high temperatures and most people are aware of good health advice for coping with hot weather.
”As we experience the first hot weather episode of the year, it’s important for everyone to remember to adapt their behaviours. This is particularly important during the pandemic with many people self-isolating.”
Similar, vets have also issued warnings to Brits, urging them to hold off on walking puppies and dogs and other pets amid the skyrocketing temperatures.
Stifling conditions have also led to warnings from motoring groups urging drivers to avoid travelling in case they break down.
Water companies have also issued concern messages.
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