The Environmental Agency of the UK issued several flood warnings to the southern areas of the UK due to wet weather. The Southern area’s roads were already drenched in flood and many rescue operations were launched there, after a group of cows got stuck in Exmouth, Devon.
It was also reported that in the coming days, there will be heavy showers in these areas as well, which has put the Southern areas under red alert. You can see the detailed temperature report here.
However, the country will face pleasant summer sunshine later this month after a dreadful past few months in which the country saw many snowfalls and floods. According to the Metrologists, the temperature will set down in midweek and will remain normal by the next week. The expected temperature in the country will be around 19C in the coming weeks.
Don’t worry, there is good news for the people living in Kefalonia, and Greece, as Met Office reported that the temperature will rise to 20C before the coming Sunday and will then remain around 21C for the coming days.
It also means that the record of highest temperature of 2018 will also be broken as the previous highest temperature was recorded as 19C in Gravesend, Kent. According to Nicky Maxey – a forecaster told that in most of the areas the temperature will remain up to 16C but with more sunshine, the temperature can rise to 22C. Maxey further told that the country may face much higher temperatures going into the next week and these warmer conditions may continue for the next couple of weeks.
The report presented by the Met Office showed that temperature may go down in some eastern coastal areas but in most of the areas, we will see the more pleasant weather. With this soothing news, there was also a threat to some Southern areas by the Met Office as the officials said that there can be some more rain before the weather settles down permanently. The real threat was for the areas of North West and North East, as a quick shower is expected to come on Tuesday.
A Sigh Of Relief For Southern UK Inhabitants
Today breaking news came out for the people of Southern England as Met Office UK reported that record for the highest temperature in the UK in 2018 may break in the coming days as the temperature is expected to increase as much as 28C in Southern England. Met Office reported that most of the parts of England and Wales will experience a temperature around 20C and people can enjoy Dubai Weather here in England.
The temperature of Northern Ireland and Scotland will hit the peaks of 19C and 20C respectively. If the temperature continues to rise with this ratio, then it can break the record of 27.8C experienced in April.
According to Alex Burkill, it would still take some beating to break the record of all-time highest temperature of 29.4C which was experienced in June 1948 in London. He further said that there are chances the temperature will hit 28C and there is a 60% chance to reach even higher.
Yesterday two cities of England namely St James Park and Gravesend recorded the highest temperature of history as the temperature of 24.8C was recorded there. Other than London, there were a couple of other cities which enjoyed one of the hottest days of summer as both Cardiff and Plymouth experienced 21.8C and 21.2C respectively.
People of Southern England have suffered a lot in the past few months but it seems that their black days are coming to an end. The Met Office has announced clear and pleasant weather in the next couple of weeks for the areas of Southern England. But still, there is a warning for the people of Southern England as small showers can lead to more floods.