High pressure from the Atlantic will sweep the UK next week, which will bring highs of 30 ° C in London, along with 26 ° C in North Yorkshire and 23 ° C in Scotland by July 13, according to weather maps of Net Weather. The latest forecast on Weather Outlook added “warmer days” will come next week.
It said: “On Monday there are sunny spells but there will be showers to the north and east. The winds from the north-west remain calm for July.
“Tuesday looks dry and bright for the southern and central regions. In the north, heavy rains are expected to extend east.
“The variable theme continues for the rest of next week.
“The south should have quite a bit of dry weather and there will be some warmer days. In the north it remains unstable with rain showers or longer rainy periods and can sometimes push south.”
Terry Scholey told Net Weather that low pressure from Iceland will bring rain before temperatures warm up.
He said: “The low complex pressure south of Iceland is feeding a conveyor belt across Atlantic fronts across the country currently straddling Northern Ireland and northern England.
“These are giving a lot of clouds and mostly patchy rain, at the moment the strongest gusts of rain are in the West, where we have fog and some hills and coastal fog.
“Most places keep a lot of clouds, but on eastern Scotland and on the edge of the Pennines and Welsh mountains, where you will be sheltered from a harsh wind, the skies will break into places to give some sun.”
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He added that strong winds will hit 50mps in parts on Sunday.
He said: “After some rain in the central and eastern areas at the beginning, Sunday is very turbulent, with a strong west or southwest wind which gives further gusts from 35 to 40 miles per hour and 50 miles per hour in the exposed areas.
“There will be more frequent showers in the north and west, where some will be heavy and dingy, giving local hail and thunder.
“In the East and South, the showers will be less allowing for sunny periods, with the wind decreasing slightly towards evening.
“Under conditions more similar to autumn than summer, the maximum temperatures will be 12-15 ° C in the north and 17-20 ° further south.”
The Met Office issued a yellow warning for wind gusts at 60 miles per hour in the northern regions of England and Scotland.
This is due to the low pressure exerted by the Atlantic in Britain this weekend.
It will last until 16:00 on Sunday and will affect areas of Teesside, such as Stockton-on-Tees, as well as Newcastle, Cumbria and Dundee.