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The high temperatures will start on Thursday and will continue throughout next week.
These high temperatures are the result of southerly winds moving from Europe and high-pressure patterns that are set to kick in from around Thursday.
It is due to come after a “mixed start” to the week.
Sunny spells and generally settled weather can be enjoyed across Liverpool, but heavy rain is on the way for other parts of the UK.
“The pressure pattern is generally high, so in combination with the southerly winds and high pressure we get settled, sunny and hot weather.”
It will be a tale of two halves weatherwise this week.. cool and unsettled at first, then very warm and more settled later. Here are the details ? pic.twitter.com/2IWh8r7dl7
— Met Office (@metoffice) August 2, 2020
Ms Diamond added that things then start to settle down from Wednesday with warm weather developing across the UK, “but it is going to turn hot across the South East, where temperatures are going to be well into the 30Cs.”s
These high temperatures could trigger some thunderstorms on Friday and Saturday.
7 Liverpool fine dining restaurants in the #EatOutToHelpOut scheme ?
— The Guide Liverpool (@TheGuideLpool) August 2, 2020
It comes after temperatures reached 37.8C at London’s Heathrow Airport at 2.41pm and also reached 37.3C (99.1F) at Kew Gardens, in west London on Friday, making it the third hottest day ever recorded in the UK.
The highest ever UK temperature, 38.7C, was recorded in Cambridge University Botanic Garden on July 25 2019.
The second hottest day ever was a recorded at 38.5C in Faversham, Kent, on August 10 2003.
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