Unless you’re lucky in Scotland or Northern Ireland, after August, which is pretty disastrous for most of Britain, Britain will be exposed to Indian summer in September of this year, delaying the beginning of autumn and delaying warmth. I’m expecting that. And the sunshine.
According to the Met Office, the British Isles experience a “mini heat wave” during the first full week of the month, with temperatures reaching 29 degrees Celsius in parts of the United Kingdom.
Mercury soared to 27 ° C in London, Hertfordshire and Cambridgeshire on Monday before peaking on Tuesday and Wednesday, then ended in the early twenties later in the week and leaves fell on parks and beaches. A glimpse of the summer farewell before the start.
Met Office forecaster Annie Shuttleworth said, “Despite the onset of cloudy Mondays, the influx of continental air from the south has resulted in warmer temperatures in much of England and eastern Wales, and sunny weather. It will be brighter. “
“This air begins to push the country on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, dragging temperatures of 29 degrees Celsius or parts of the southeast, and Scotland and Northern Ireland also move in the 20s.
“It gets very warm all year round and stays at around 18 degrees Celsius at night, which can be quite uncomfortable for anyone trying to sleep at night.”
In order for the heat wave to be officially declared, the daily maximum temperature must be reached consistently for three consecutive days.
Talk to Independent Last week, Shuttleworth colleague Stephen Dixon said:
“The theme lasts until Wednesday. On Wednesday, it will be 28 degrees in Bristol, 27 degrees in London, Manchester and Birmingham, in the mid-20s in Scotland, but could be 26 degrees in Glasgow.
“In the second half of Wednesday, there is a risk of thunderstorms moving southwest later in the day, but beyond that, most will be sunny and dry days.”
But forecasters also said that the final battle of Hurricane Aida in the Atlantic Ocean caused a lot of warmth and rain, and the conditions improved for the rest of the month, with warm weather thunderstorms before it really fell. I warned that it would bring.
The second half of September is set to be defined by volatile conditions and average temperatures, and the month is even more in line with the season’s expectations.
“Most of the UK can be more unstable due to occasional showers, and where there is a risk of localized torrential rains, these can be heavy or thunderstorms. “The British Meteorological Agency said.
“Apart from showers, there may still be dry, sunny weather, and these are most likely to live the longest in the entire eastern region. In the northwestern part of England, alongside these showers, more. It can be long and heavy rain. “