After a week of wet weather, it looks like we are set to have record-breaking levels of hot weather this week, which we’ll all be glad of.
The temperatures in Yorkshire are set to reach the 25C mark according to Leeds Live. Record-breaking levels are set to be seen down south with the temperature reaching over 30C, but we’ll take the more bearable weather in any case.
The Met Office said that it’s unknown whether or not the warming trend is here to stay for the summer yet. But, it looks like Friday will be a warm one with highs of 25C meaning plenty of sunshine just in time for the weekend.
The Met Office has said: “An unsettled start to next week with some cool nights looks most likely, but there are some signals of a warming trend for the UK later in the week, although the extent and likelihood of this is still being determined.”
Today and tomorrow are set to be mostly dry with some clouds and sunny spells with temperatures near average mid-week before rising for Friday.
The outlook for Yorkshire, in general, is for it to be ‘mostly dry’ on Monday and Tuesday, with broken cloud and some sunny spells.
Earlier this year it was reported that we can expect a beautiful summer. The Express reported, that there would be a succession of heatwaves this summer set to be hotter than average with August being the hottest month.
The Met Office’s three-month outlook matches the announcement as it predicts the probability of hot weather to be double the normal years – so it looks like we’ll be camping in good ol’ Yorkshire this summer.
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