UK hot weather forecast: Tropical plume to scorch Britain as temperatures rocket – maps

High pressure will sweep into the UK this week, bringing temperatures of 30C in London by Monday, Net Weather has said. The latest forecast on Weather Outlook stated: “Through Friday and the weekend high pressure is expected to build northeastwards across the UK.

“It brings increasingly settled conditions, although some showers are likely early on.

“After a cool start it becomes warmer.”

Meanwhile, Paul Michaelwaite predicted July to be hit with a scorching weekend after struggling to start with much heat. 

He said: “Summer is really struggling to get into gear at the moment, with more unsettled and cooler than average weather on the way this week.

UK hot weather forecast: High pressure will swamp the UK

UK hot weather forecast: High pressure will swamp the UK (Image: WX CHARTS)

“But, it at least does look like high pressure will build across the country for a time this weekend.

“As we head towards the end of the week, high pressure will be starting to ridge towards the British Isles from the southwest, so the showers on Friday will become increasingly limited to the north and east.

“The high continues to build as we move into the weekend though, setting itself up over the UK by Sunday to bring a settled and warm end for all – with highs by this stage heading up towards the mid-twenties in places.”

He warned this week will be hit with rain and winds due to a fresh band of low pressure.

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UK hot weather forecast: Temperatures will hit 30C next week

UK hot weather forecast: Temperatures will hit 30C next week (Image: WX CHARTS)

He said: ‘For now, low pressure is in charge, although it’s a pretty benign start to the week after a wild weekend, with lighter winds and a scattering of showers.

“Those showers will become increasingly limited to eastern regions by this afternoon, with many parts of the country seeing plenty of sunny spells.

“Although those winds are a touch lighter, it’ll still be a breezy, if not blustery day with maxes perhaps just about touching 20c in the southeast but elsewhere 16-19c will be about your lot.

“A few showers continue this evening and overnight, particularly in the northeast of Scotland, but most parts stay dry.”

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UK hot weather forecast: Southern regions will be blasted with heat

UK hot weather forecast: Southern regions will be blasted with heat (Image: WX CHARTS)

“Low pressure will be pushing fronts in from the west during the early hours though, with wet weather crossing Ireland overnight.

“That reaches into Wales and western England during the morning, with the bulk of it crossing through into northern and central England, along with Wales.

“To the north of rain, there’ll be showers affecting Scotland at times, but to the south, it should stay mostly dry with some sunny spells likely close to the south coast in particular.”

UK hot weather forecast: July heat will be late to arrive

UK hot weather forecast: July heat will be late to arrive (Image: WX CHARTS)

The Met Office added in its latest forecast that southern regions will see temperatures climb by the weekend. 

It said: “Isolated light showers in the north to start, but elsewhere looking dry with bright or sunny spells.

“Winds staying light and temperatures rather cool to average.

“Looking further ahead, a north/ south split across the UK seems most likely.”

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UK hot weather forecast: New maps show where hot air will blast in July (Image: NET WEATHER)

“Northern and northwestern areas are expected to see further spells of rain, accompanied by strong winds, with the possibility of these spreading to some other areas at times.

“Further south however, there should be more in the way of dry weather, though even here, there is still the possibility of some showers, or longer spells of rain.

“Temperatures are likely to be either around or on the warmer side of average, with the warmest conditions likely in the southeast.”



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