The UK is braced for temperatures to reach highs of 21C on Sunday, according to the Met Office. The latest temperature maps produced by NetWeather also show the south of England turning a shade of orange on Sunday. Much of the balmy conditions
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UK weather forecast: Hot weather to hit UK over the next couple of days (Image: Netweather) A sweltering plume from the Continent bolstered by glorious golden rays will push temperatures towards the mid-20Cs at the start of next week. Sun-lovers could be
Britain is braced to bake in 24C temperatures next week as a Saharan heat blast sweeps in. BBC Breakfast host Rachel Burden described it as a “mini-heatwave” as temperatures rocket from near-freezing conditions today to 24C by Tuesday. BBC meteorologist Darren Bett
Met Office forecasters have predicted highs of 24C across the south east of England on Tuesday. The latest Met Office weather models show large parts of the UK turning dark orange as an area of “warm tropical continental air” closes in from Europe.