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UK heatwave to continue as temperatures reach 30 degrees

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Temperatures are expected to soar to sweltering new highs this week as the Met Office issued an unprecedented heat warning. Parts of the UK could reach 33C between Tuesday and Thursday, making Britain hotter than holiday hotspots such as Marbella, Mykonos and Tenerife. The mercury is expected to stay above 31C during the week, with the Met Office suggesting the next few days could top the charts as hottest of the year. This comes after the meteorological agency issued its first-ever “amber extreme heat warning”.

The warning – which is similar to those issued when heavy rain or thunderstorms are predicted – covers a large part of Wales, all of south-west England and parts of southern and central England and is in force until Thursday.

The heat warning warns of “adverse health effects” likely to be experienced by the vulnerable, while “some delays to road, rail and air travel are possible”.

The warning, covering the southwest of England, reads: “The current hot weather is expected to continue until later this week.

“High temperatures are expected both by day and by night, peaking Thursday before temperatures fall on Friday.”

While this week is expected to see the highest temperatures of the year, things will quickly drop off by the end of these seven days.

Maps from WXCharts have shown how the weather will change through the week and into the weekend.

Temperatures, according to the map, will begin dropping off on Thursday night and into Friday morning with the temperature range strung between 10 and 20C.

Friday is expected to be another scorching day, but mostly for people in the western parts of the country again as the southeast, London, northeast and Scotland see temperatures subside somewhat.

Across these parts of the country, temperatures will hover around the late teens and early 20Cs.

The west will see the bulk of hot weather as temperatures soar to the late 20Cs and early 30Cs in Northern Ireland and Wales.

Friday evening will see the mercury drop again as temperatures even themselves out around the 15C mark.

Saturday will be a cooler day all around, with average temperatures throughout England, Scotland and Wales staying between 10C and 20C.

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Northern Ireland and some parts of northwest England will be the warmest, but considerably less sweltering hot than the previous days, with temperatures in these parts staying in the early 20Cs.

The Met Office issued a new heat warning for Northern Ireland on Tuesday, reinforcing the map’s prediction it will be the hottest part of the UK.

For Northern Ireland, the warning reads: “The current hot weather is expected to continue until later this week, with daytime temperatures peaking on Wednesday and Thursday.

“High overnight temperatures are also expected before temperatures fall on Friday.”

Affected regions in Northern Ireland include:

County Antrim
County Armagh
County Down
County Fermanagh
County Londonderry
County Tyrone

Public Health England (PHE) has also issued a heat-health alert, warning members of the public to take measures to stay cool and look out for vulnerable people.

Marco Petagna from the Met Office said: “Even the more cooler areas will see temperatures in the twenties while other places could see some thundery showers.

“I would say people should stay out of the midday sun, apply sunscreen when outside, be wary of any heat issues you may have and make sure to stay hydrated.

“As this heat remains in place, people will be vulnerable to dehydration, fatigue and nausea, so make sure to stay safe on public transport and if you are heading to the beach.”

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