Brits to be soaked as ’30C’ sizzling heatwave to meet soggy end this month

Brits basking in the hot weather this week will need to make the most of the '30C' heatwave on our doorstep.

The glorious sunshine is believed to stick around for the next week or so but the summer heat may meet a soggy end this month.

BristolLive reports weather charts show the sunny spells are set to end in true British style – with rain and showers.

The Met Office predicts a hot weekend ahead after Brits have enjoyed mercury in the mid-20s over the past few days.

As the temperature continues to rise as we head into the end of the week, some areas may see 30C or high-20s.

However, it isn't set to last with forecasters seeing potential rain spoiling the heatwave.

WX Charts show a weather system is set to move in which could bring widespread showers across the West Midlands, south west, parts of Wales, and the north of England.

The Met Office also adds that they predict rain to fall in places towards the end of the month.

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They said: "A good deal of fine and dry weather across much of the UK towards the end of June, although there could be a few showers in places and perhaps some rain in the far north at times.

"Temperatures are likely to be above average, and warm in the south. By the end of June and into early July, conditions will probably become more unsettled with an increasing chance of rain spreading across the UK."

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A band of rain could sweep eastwards from the Atlantic at around 6am on Friday, June 25, bringing down 5-10mm of rainfall per hour in areas of Ireland.

By lunchtime, showers will drench Cornwall, Devon and parts of West Somerset before moving towards Gloucestershire, the Midlands and London.

The home counties are also expected to see rainfall on the same day.

Over the coming week, sunny spells with the odd shower are possible for Friday with bands of clouds in the sky. However, rain is expected most in the central and southern parts of the UK with the south east seeing the most sunshine.

Between Saturday and Monday, most areas will see fine and dry weather and it'll feel very warm.

Brits are expected to flock to the coastlines and beaches to enjoy the hot weather coming this weekend.

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