UK Heatwave Just Days Away As Britain Braced For July SCORCHER

We will be desperately seeking shade again as “heat surges” look set to sear the country in July. The UK saw a dip in temperatures this week as summer showers brought the mercury down to 11-14C, but brace yourselves for bucket-and-spade weather once again as July looks set to see the vengeful return of June’s searing heatwave.

A last band of rain will sweep the country from the northwest to the southeast on Friday, clearing the skies for a sweltering start to the weekend. Though winds may persist in northern areas, Brits in the southeast can expect a sweaty start to July and “heat surges” throughout the month.

Thermometers are set to stay at 22-26C (71 to 79F) after the first week of July, with sleepless humid nights likely between July 17 and 20. Forecaster James Madden said: “There is the potential for a number of heat surges during the second week of the month and during the latter part.” Mr Madden continued: “It is of high confidence that we can expect a warm August.”

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