Britain has been basking in sunshine for days – but the weather forecast suggests that may soon change.
Thursday (June 3rd) is reported to continue enjoying scintillating conditions than can be found in Spain.
But expect that to change overnight, with thunderstorms and lightning on the way to the UK.
The UK weather forecast for Thursday
In some parts of the country it can reach as high as 27 ° C today.
This follows a series of successively warm weather, with the hottest temperature record for 2021 broken three times this week.
It will actually be cooler today than it was yesterday (Wednesday June 2nd) after the heat hit 28.3 ° C.
Although rain is the order of the day, it stays warm for the rest of the week.
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How the weather changes overnight
Weather presenter Carol Kirkwood said during the BBC breakfast that the cloud will clear on Thursday as sunny times develop.
But it could rain in England during the day.
Carol warned: “As we pull through the evening and night, we will see some showers rising over the Channel Islands, the English Channel, through the Midlands and towards the southeast.
The showers could be heavy and thunderstorm.
“Especially in the southeast, where they can be heavy and thunderous.”
She added, “We’ll have some showers in the northwest as well, but it’s going to be a fresher night than the one that just left, which was quite humid.
“And then, as we are on our way, [Friday] we will still have those showers in the southeast, drifting a little further north and possibly as far as Greater London.
“You might have some rumbling thunder in you too.”
“Above average for June”
Met Office expert Greg Dewhurst said The sun otherwise the prospects for this time of year are acceptable, thunderstorms aside.
He said: “Temperatures on Thursday are expected to be between 26 and 27 ° C in southeast England and east Anglia.
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“And then we will generally see a mixture of sunny spells and a few showers and temperatures around 24-25 ° C for the rest of the week.
“So for the rest of the week it is not quite as hot compared to the maximum temperatures on Wednesday, but it is still above average for this time of the year.”
– Met Office (@metoffice) June 3, 2021
Furthermore, BBC weather predicts that most areas should enjoy the sun on Sunday mornings.
However, showers are likely to develop in many areas in the afternoon.
Sunny phases and isolated showers are predicted for Monday.
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