WHILE June has been a mixed bag weather-wise, things are looking up again for some summer heat.
According to the Met Office, there’s going to be six-day “heatwave” in July, making it an ideal time for a break with the family.
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Temperatures are set to shoot up by 11C in the space of just seven days by the end of this month – and temperatures are expected to get hotter still in early July, according to some forecasters.
The Met Office predicts that most parts of Britain will bask in some warm weather during the first half of July.
Temperatures could climb to 27C in the South East and London on July 6 as part of a six-day “heatwave”.
Those looking to make the most of the temperature rise can find some great deals on UK breaks next month:
Netweather said of the start of July: “There is a signal for pressure to become relatively high to the east of the UK which may result in rather warmer weather establishing especially in the east of Britain, with winds blowing from the south or south west, and potential for thundery outbreaks.”
A Met Office forecaster said: “From July 4 to 18, many areas will see warm weather, with periods of generally settled conditions.”
Some sunshine next month will set the scene nicely for when Covid restrictions are due to lift on July 19.
The hottest day of the year so far was on June 14 when the mercury hit 29.7C at Heathrow.
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