Britons are expected to soak up the sun in 30 degrees Celsius today, but more thunderstorms will ruin the party for some.
Yesterday was one of the hottest days on record this year, with Britons flocking to beaches and parks across the country to beat the summer heat. Temperature rises to 32.2°C.
Similar weather is expected today, but with more clouds and a high of 32 degrees. Japan Meteorological Agency To tell.
Sun-seekers across the country are likely to fire up barbecue grills again and sunbathe across the country.
But Wales, Northern Ireland, most of western and central England and Scotland have issued another yellow warning of new flood threats due to thunderstorms from noon to 9pm.
The situation is due to the ‘Iberian Plume’, a very warm mass of air moving north from Spain, which also poses a heavy rain hazard.
The announcement said the agency expected up to 100mm of rain on Saturday night, equivalent to a month’s worth of rain, but the most recorded was 21.8mm. Billinge Hill, Merseyside.
An amber warning for thunderstorms was issued Saturday evening, bringing heavy rain and hail across the northwest.
of WorcestershireOne road had to be closed after a fallen tree engulfed power lines.
The West Mercia Operations Communication Center said in a tweet that the A4133 Holt fleet was closed Saturday evening due to fallen trees caused by heavy rain.
Elsewhere, the Charlotte Edwards Cup final between the Southern Vipers and the Blaze was suspended Saturday night due to heavy rains at Worcester and was due to resume at New Road on Sunday on a reserve day.
“Thunderstorms are expected into Saturday afternoon as heat intensifies from the south,” said Frank Saunders, chief meteorologist at the Bureau of Meteorology.
“Not everyone within the exclusion zone will experience heavy rainfall, or even no rain at all, but some people will experience heavy rainfall with thunder.
“Heavy rains can cause surface water to flood and cause chaos.
“On Sunday, parts of southern England will return to 30 degrees Celsius (86 degrees Fahrenheit), with more widespread thunderstorms at risk, especially in the western and central regions.”
Hotter weather is expected next week, with thunder and rain expected on Monday, but it’s expected to subside after Tuesday.
largely England The Japan Meteorological Agency added that the heat wave criteria will be met next week.
The UK Health and Safety Authority (UKHSA) has issued an amber heat warning for the West Midlands, East Midlands, East, South East and South West of England until 9am on Tuesday.
That means the effects of heat “are likely to be felt not just by the most vulnerable, but across health services and the broader population.”
Additional yellow warnings have been issued to warn of potential service disruptions due to Northeast, Northwest and weather conditions. Yorkshire The Humber region of the UK and London.
How to protect yourself in hot weather
Here’s how to keep yourself and others safe in hot weather.
- Check your family, friends, and neighbors who may be at higher risk of getting sick, and ask them to do the same if you’re at higher risk.
- Know the symptoms of heat exhaustion and heat stroke, and what to do if you or someone else gets a heat stroke.
- Avoid the sun during the hottest hours of the day, from 11am to 3pm.
- If you plan to do physical activity (such as exercising or walking the dog), plan to do it during cooler times of the day, such as in the morning and evening.
- Keep your home cool by closing windows and curtains in sunny rooms
- If you do go out, cover yourself with suitable clothing, including a suitable hat and sunglasses, seek shade, and apply sunscreen regularly.
- Drink plenty of fluids and limit alcohol intake
https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/22657250/uk-weather-30c-sun-today-thunderstorms-too/ UK weather: Britons will still be in 30-degree sun today, but thunderstorms will ruin fun for some, Meteorological Service warns