Recently, the meteorological department of the UK said that the country will see spells of heavy rain and thunder in July and early August. The Met Office July washout report has caused a stir as five days of rain come in late July. The British people looking t bathe in a UK heatwave while July is predicted to be a washout. The recent forecast report claimed that the country will see heavy rain and thunder until July 23. However, it is expected the spells of heavy rain and thunder may go beyond July 23. Reportedly, the Met Office added a mixture of sunny days and showers will be seen in the last days of this month. You are asked to stick with this page and read the report shared by the Met Office UK. Swipe down the page and take a look below.
Met Office UK Weather Forecast Heatwave
As mentioned, the unsettled weather in the country will be seen most in this period, including a blend of showers and sunny spells. But the Met Office is predicting longer rain spells for many days. And some of the spells of showers could be heavy and thundery during this period. According to the Met Office, the country is likely to experience lower temperatures in comparison to the summer temperature as well as the wet weather. Continue reading this article and learn more details.
The Meteorological Department of the United Kingdom added, “With time, low pressure is forecast to become central to the northeast of the UK, with higher pressure trying to edge in from the southwest. Given this synoptic setup, it will often be breezy, although winds may be light towards northeastern areas at first, meaning showers will be slow-moving here. With the airmass predominantly originating from the North Atlantic, temperatures will often be on the cool side for the time of year”
Despite earlier predictions and reports the cooler forecast comes that temperature could go up to 33 degrees Celcius in some places in the UK. Talking about this week’s weather report and forecast conditions, the country will have five days in a row of showers with breezy conditions. The southern portion of the country will suffer the most from the cold flurry. The Met Office stated that they expect more in the coming days. A swarm of flying ants was caught on a weather radar along the coast in the south. Stay tuned to this website for more details and further updates.