North African blast heading our way
BRITS, brace yourselves for early summer heat as a 25C North African blast is set to bring record temperatures.
The sweltering weather is expected to reach our coasts making this the hottest May in 100 years.
According to The Express, the UK is due to melt as temperatures reach the high 20s in the middle of this month.
Jim Dale, senior meteorologist at British Weather Services told the Express: The near continent is getting hot and we’re getting a little bit of that warmth into London that will give us the warmest day of the year so far next week.”
He added: “When we get to Wednesday, [we could see] 25 degrees in London. It continues into the following days.”
From 16 May to 21 May, temperatures above 20C are likely but it’s expected to reach a dizzying 28C in areas, particularly in the south and south east.
Meanwhile northern parts of the UK and Scotland will be as warm as 16C.
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