UK Weather: Heat warning in effect today, 30C sun expected before thunderstorm warning

A heat wave warning has been issued today, with the Japan Meteorological Agency forecasting 30 degrees Celsius before a thunderstorm warning.

public health officer announced yellow warning in order to Midlandeastern Englandsoutheast and southwest.


A Chinook helicopter flew over sunbathers in Lyme Regis, Dorset yesterdayCredit: ©Graham Hunt
A thunderstorm warning will be issued at 9 p.m. tomorrow.


A thunderstorm warning will be issued at 9 p.m. tomorrow.Credit:

Yellow alerts were also issued for the Northeast and Northwest. Yorkshire And yesterday’s hamburger.

London The yellow warning issued earlier this week will continue to be issued.

All alerts will be in effect from Friday, June 9th at 9:00 am to Monday, June 12th at 9:00 am.

orange alert Shows that rising temperatures can affect a broader population – Not just for the most vulnerable.

“It’s important for everyone to stay hydrated and cool when enjoying the sun,” said UKHSA expert Agostinho Souza.

“Temperatures expected this week will primarily affect people over the age of 65 or those with pre-existing health conditions such as respiratory or cardiovascular disease.

“If you have friends, family or neighbors who are susceptible to extreme heat, it’s important to check on them, be aware of the forecast, and follow any advice they may need.”

Areas currently under amber warnings were previously under yellow warnings, but the UKHSA has raised the levels because “there is a high likelihood that projected temperatures will reach rapidly”.

However, the hot weather is expected to be followed by thunderstorms on Saturday. Japan Meteorological Agency London, Midland, wales.

A thunderstorm warning is in effect for tomorrow from 2pm to 9pm.

“Mostly dry conditions are expected in many areas, but heavy rain and hail thunderstorms are possible in some areas on Saturday afternoon,” a forecaster from the Japan Meteorological Agency said.

“There is a small chance that House and business Floods, lightning, hail, and strong winds can quickly inundate and damage some buildings.

“Splashes and sudden flooding can lead to difficult driving conditions and some road closures.

“In the event of flooding or lightning, rail services may be delayed or canceled.

“There is a small chance that there will be a power outage and a temporary loss of other services to some homes and businesses.”

Meteorologists forecast that some parts of the country could receive more than 60mm of rain per hour, with hail, gusts and lightning posing “additional hazards”.

However, some areas within the exclusion zone will remain dry or have occasional showers.

How to stay safe in the heat

Here’s how to keep yourself and others safe in hot weather, according to UKHSA:

  • Check your family, friends, and neighbors who may be at higher risk of getting sick, and ask them to do the same for you 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 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 the house cool by closing the windows and curtains in the rooms that get the sun.
  • 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 your alcohol intake.


Two swimmers enjoying the sun yesterday at Shaftesbury Lido, DorsetCredit: BNPS UK Weather: Heat warning in effect today, 30C sun expected before thunderstorm warning

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