Exact date UK heatwave will end after five days in a row over 30C
The school summer holidays may have ended but the UK has been hit by blazing weather as the mercury has skyrocked to above 30C across Britain.
However, while many are planning to bask in the sunny weather over the weekend, according the BBC, the late summer will come to an end as soon as Monday.
The forecast says temperatures in London will dip to 27C on Monday and then 23C on Tuesday.
Some places may even be as cold as 11C, but most of the country will enjoy “sunny intervals with a gentle breeze.”
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Elsewhere in the country there’s a different outlook.
In York, the outlook for the next five days is predicted to be consistently under 30C – with a high of 28C on Saturday and a low of 15C.
On Monday the temperature in York is set to be 25C and it’s also the first time there is predicted to be less summery climes with a prediction of “thundery showers and a gentle breeze.”
Jim Dale, senior meteorologist for British Weather and author of Weather or Not? spoke exclusively to Express.co.uk.
He said: “We are seeing the peak today or tomorrow of 33C. It might get a bit of a replay tomorrow.
“I think it’s going to last until the weekend but it’s then going to start dipping a little bit but it will still feel warm and humid with it. On Monday it’s starting to tail off.”
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The hottest temperature of 2023 could be recorded during this week’s heatwave as the Met Office is forecasting maximum temperatures of 32C today and tomorrow, potentially matching the year’s record of 32.2C in June.
The UKHSA had issued a yellow alert across the whole of England apart from the North East, that comes to an end on Monday, September 10.
It has since raised the threat level to amber, meaning a heightened risk of death among those aged over 65 in social care settings, for the UK apart from the North East which is now subject to a yellow alert.
Under its amber alert, the UKHSA also warns of younger age groups being affected by the scorching temperatures with a further warning hospitals and care homes could possibly breach recommended heat thresholds.
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