UK weather forecast: Chart shows blistering European air grip Britain as heatwave returns

Cloudy weather and rainfall has spread across most of the UK, but the weather is expected to change after this Friday.WxCHARTS shows warmer weather is expected to arrive from mainland Europe next weekend as it shifts westwards. The Met Office has also revealed that temperatures from Friday, June 12 are expected to rise above average.

Thermometers are expected to tip towards 23C in London next weekend and beachgoers could enjoy highs of 20C in Brighton next Saturday.

According to the BBC, the end of this week will see drier weather take hold.

BBC Weather said: “The end of the week should see drier but not completely dry weather – that is there is a chance of some rain but it looks less unsettled than mid-week.

“There are signs that it will warm up by the weekend with temperatures perhaps lifting above normal in some areas.”

Forecasters from Meteo Group and AccuWeather have also said the UK will soon be enjoying temperatures in the mid-twenties again.

The Met Office said: “The first few days of the period, including next weekend and into the start of the following week, should see the driest brightest weather across northern areas of the UK, particularly western Scotland.

“Elsewhere, conditions will be rather changeable with some sunshine but also areas of rain or showers.

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“Many parts will become warm, perhaps very warm, particularly northwestern areas.”

The Met Office said temperatures are more likely to be warmer in the south than the north of the country from the middle of the month.

They said: “From the middle of June, there should be a return to more settled conditions with longer drier and brighter spells.


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“This period should be generally drier than average, though there is still the possibility of some more changeable spells, these becoming more focused across northwestern areas later in the month.

“Temperatures are more likely to be above average in the south, but nearer normal further north.”

May 2020 was the sunniest calendar month on record in the UK with a huge 626 hours of sunshine.

The warm weather saw crowds flock to beaches across the UK to make the most of the hot temperatures – while abiding by strict social distancing measures.

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