News: Temperatures predicted to surge to 25C when rain finally comes to an end

News: Temperatures predicted to surge to 25C when rain finally comes to an end

Another Lincolnshire Highlights news story…

Temperatures could soar next week with a chance it could hit 25C in some areas of the country.

A month’s worth of rain has fallen in just seven days in some parts of the UK, and the deluge has caused transport difficulties and flooding.

However, some forecasters are indicating conditions could soon start to improve.

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The Met Office has confirmed part of the UK could hit 25C next week, CornwallLive reports.

Spokesman Grahame Madge told a national newspaper: “Certainly on Wednesday we will see temperatures rising. We could get to 25C somewhere in the south east, and we may see temperature creeping above that.”

The current short-term forecast doesn’t look great, with unsettled conditions continuing for a few more days.

After that, the Met Office has said parts of the country could become ‘very warm’.

The forecast for June 18 to 27 reads: “Although next week may still be rather changeable and showery, it will be warmer than of late with some sunshine and drier interludes.

“Southern areas may become very warm for a time, although with the chance of thundery rain spreading up from the south at times, perhaps affecting central parts, which will preclude any longer spells of dry weather.

“As we head into the final week of June, there are signs that high pressure may dominate, bringing a greater chance of more widely settled and warm weather.”

In July, the south looks set to get the best of the weather.

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The Met Office forecast reads: “Into July, there is more chance of showers and longer spells of rain across the country generally, though the south and southeast may still see the warmest and driest weather.”

The weather will need to reach 25C for at least three consecutive days for the Met Office to say there is a heat wave.



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