Mon. Jun 27th, 2022

Heavy rain, thunder and lightning are set to hit the UK today.

The Korea Meteorological Administration has reported heavy rain for most of the country and thunderstorms in the southeast.

The news comes as health officials issue an urgent warning to British people to stay safe on Friday as a heat wave of 32 degrees Celsius sweeps across the country.

The UK Health and Safety Agency (UKHSA), together with the Meteorological Agency, has issued a three-level heat health warning across London, East and South East England.

This means that the Meteorological Agency’s heatwave thresholds have been met in all three regions, and health care remains on high alert to help high-risk groups.

The heat has caused widespread chaos across the country as hot weather causes CHAOS to essential services.

However, the sweltering heat soon stopped, and rain was forecast in the aftermath.

Read our live weather blog below for the latest forecasts and updates…

  • 5c only from Edinburgh tonight

    Dry in late sunlight this evening.

    Then the rest of the night will be dry for a long, sunny period.

    Chilling in some sheltered glen, contact with ground frost with mild winds with a minimum temperature of 5 °C.

  • Manchester will see a temperature of 21C

    A cold but exciting start to a new week.

    Mid-June sees a bit of variation throughout the day, with plenty of sunshine to restore near-normal temperatures with a maximum of 21°C.

  • Why did the temperature rise?

    The boiling temperature was caused by high pressure and 40 degree roasting air from Spain and Portugal on the Iberian Peninsula.

    The National Weather Service has issued a level 3 heat health warning, and experts have warned of a “rare climate change event” amid the sweltering heat.

    Level 3 means that hot weather can increase health risks for vulnerable people.

    But it arrived Saturday night with thunder and Becky Mitchell told The Mirror:

    “In many parts of the UK, temperatures in some areas have dropped by about 10 to 15 degrees. That’s staggering.”

  • Another four heatwaves could hit Britain with 28 degrees Celsius of sunlight.

    Britain could sizzle with another four heatwaves this summer, experts warn.

    A craze as hot as the Spanish summer could hit the country, sending mercury “by the mid-30s”.

    Leon Brown of the US-based Weather Company said in an email on Sunday that more heatwaves could continue.

    And the next heat wave could be as early as July, even hotter than the UK just came out at 32.7C.

    “More heatwaves are expected to be imported into the UK from continental Europe this summer, each reaching a minimum of 28 degrees Celsius and possibly more, each lasting several days,” he said.

    The second could come later this month and two more in August and September.

    “We have to look closely at the 30s. The 36C will not come as a surprise at all,” he asserts.

    However, the Bureau of Meteorology’s Becky Mitchell told the Sun that the UK-based forecaster is “not predicting heatwaves at this stage”.

  • Tonight’s weather forecast

    It will be a good evening for many areas and most areas will be sunny and dry overnight.

    However, some showers may affect the North Sea coastal area.

    Meanwhile, the southern region will gradually stop from early evening.

  • Manchester Forecast from Monday to Thursday

    A cold but exciting start to a new week.

    Mid-June sees a bit of variation throughout the day, with plenty of sunshine to restore near-normal temperatures with a maximum of 21°C.

    There is a risk of rain across the north on Tuesday, otherwise it will remain sunny and mostly dry throughout the middle of the week.

    It will be warmer by Thursday and probably very warm.

  • London temperatures will drop tonight

    All evening showers are slowly easing. Otherwise, it will dry out overnight with overcast areas and some sunny spells.

    A breeze blows off the coast, with a minimum temperature of 10 °C that slowly eases.

  • Could the British be caught up in another heatwave?

    The Bureau of Meteorology reported that British people could stay for a week similar to last week.

    Depending on the state, it will be hot in the southern part of the country. It’s not as hot as last week, but it will be warm.

    It will rain in the north, but it will still be hot this time of the year.

  • Photo: Thunder and lightning strikes on British coast

    As often happens during heatwaves, thunder and lightning struck across the country as the weather collapsed last night.

    In the photo below, you can see lightning hitting the British coast.

    After a warm day, it rained heavily overnight.

  • dry warm monday

    According to the Korea Meteorological Administration, Monday is expected to be a pleasant day.

    The British can expect temperatures of around 20C in the south and are expected to get colder in the north.

    “Most areas are dry with warm sunlight and light winds. Partly cloudy with some rain or drizzle all the way to the northwest.”

  • Sunday Outlook: Partly cloudy but warm, rain

    The UK has mild weather in most parts of the country, with rain in some parts of the country.

    In the southern part of the country, mostly sunny weather will continue.

    This comes after the British were hit by rain and thunderstorms last night.

  • Pollen levels soaring into the sky today

    After being inundated with pollen yesterday, Hey Fever sufferers are having another hot day today.

    The south will have particularly high levels as warmer weather displaces last night’s thunderstorm,

    Scotland will have relatively low pollen levels.

  • The hot dog in the picture! Lovely French relaxing on the beach

    The British and their dogs flocked to the beach yesterday to make the most of the heatwave.

    I took a picture of an adorable puppy lounging around on the beach.

    French Bulldogs shelter from the sun on pebbles.

    Temperatures in the Southend on Sea reached 33 degrees Celsius yesterday.

  • How thunderstorms spread across the UK

    Many Brits may have heard the torrential rain and thunder that hit England last night.

    But how did this weather sweep across the country?

    The National Weather Service has released new graphics showing how the heatwave turned into thunder and lightning.

  • Photo: Thunder and lightning strikes on British coast

    As often happens during heatwaves, thunder and lightning struck across the country as the weather collapsed last night.

    In the photo below, you can see lightning hitting the British coast.

    After a warm day, it rained heavily overnight.

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  • Weather forecast for Glastonbury this year

    Festival attendees will arrive on June 22nd and leave on June 27th.

    Long-distance weather forecasts have finally been released, with temperatures mostly average and warmer in the south, experts say.

    It is known that the weather is hot and there is a chance of thunderstorms in some areas.

  • Hot and annoying! Top tips for sleeping during a heatwave

    If you can’t sleep in hot weather, read these tips!

    • Use thin bed linen or get a thick blanket.
    • drink plenty of water
    • Avoid caffeinated drinks as they can cause dehydration
    • Block the light during the day and close the curtains to keep the room cool.
    • Buy a cooling eye mask and keep it in the refrigerator during the day.

    And more tips here…

  • It’s raining today

    According to the Meteorological Administration, Britons should be prepared for the rain as last week’s heat wave is over.

    It will be cooler today with a lot of rain across the country.

    But in general it will be warm.

  • Brits should expect rain on Sunday.

    Forecasts suggest that the gloomy weather will return for the British.

    The hot weather will return from Sunday.

    After Saturday, when the heat is at its peak, Saturday will be hot, but Sunday can be washed away.

    The rain will stop after it hits the northern British Isles on Saturday.

    British can see the best 18C.

  • Weather Update: Bright and Warm in the South

    Bright, warm weather hit the south on Saturday, according to the National Weather Service.

    Meanwhile, England and Wales experienced overcast weather, while Northern Ireland and Scotland had sunny and some showers.

  • The UK had cloudy and cool weather on Saturday.

    According to the Bureau of Meteorology, most of England and Wales on Saturday was cloudy and much cooler with heavy rains.

    A clear breeze blew across Scotland and Northern Ireland.

  • In the photo: Adorable puppies are playing in the water.

    The British and their dogs paddled today to cool off from the scorching heat.

    The Brits took off their clothes today to replenish their vitamin D levels while basking in the sun and swimming in the Hackney Canal.

    Today, the dogs went out to cool off in the water.

    Yesterday temperatures soared, breaking records for the hottest day of the year.

    Credit: LNP
  • The hot dog in the picture! Lovely French relaxing on the beach

    The British and their dogs flocked to the beach yesterday to make the most of the heatwave.

    I took a picture of an adorable puppy lounging around on the beach.

    French Bulldogs shelter from the sun on pebbles.

    Temperatures in the Southend on Sea reached 33 degrees Celsius yesterday.

    Credit: News Group Newspapers Ltd
  • More than 33,000 If you have a sunburn, you need to see a doctor once a year.

    The British have to be careful in the sun as temperatures soar.

    Regardless of skin color or ethnicity, there is still a risk of sun damage.

    British people need to be extra vigilant today as UV levels are still very high, according to the UK Meteorological Agency.

    The Cancer Trends Progress Report showed some very worrisome statistics. More than 33,000 sunburn cases a year required an A&E visit.

    All types of sun burns can cause irreversible skin damage. It doesn’t matter how badly the sun burns.

    Brits should grind SPF 30 or 50 today and keep filling them up so they don’t burn.

  • Hot and annoying! How to sleep in the heat

    If you can’t sleep in hot weather, read these tips!

    • Use thin bed linen or get a thick blanket.
    • drink plenty of water
    • Avoid caffeinated drinks as they can cause dehydration
    • Block the light during the day and close the curtains to keep the room cool.
    • Buy a cooling eye mask and keep it in the refrigerator during the day.

    And more tips here…

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