According to weather forecasting company, this late August Bank Holiday weekend will have a normal mix of weather across the UK, but it will not be a washout, unlike a number of our weekends during July and early August.
The Chinese government has called for more precautions against flooding as Typhoon Saola is now making its way across the South China Sea, with forecasts expecting it to land at Guangdong province as early as this Friday (September 1).
Rainfall will be heavier in the eastern Cantabrian Sea area, with the possibility of persistent showers. In the rest of the northern third of the country, occasional scattered showers are not ruled out by Aemet.
Residents will experience light to moderate Southeasterly to Northeasterly winds, causing blowing dust and sand during the day, especially over some Eastern and Northern areas, with a speed of 10 –25 reaching 40 Km/hr.
UK is likely to face temperatures as high as 37C. The country has faced 32.7c earlier and is expecting even warmer temperatures. However, it is expected that regular showers will cool down the effect. Some area of the UK has been as high as 23C already.
A major hex of heat arrived in the Northeast part this weekend, bringing the season’s highest temperatures for many and even setting daily records for some. The daily temperatures have already surged above 90 degrees Fahrenheit in some locations, exceeding …
The meteorological service said that parts of Wales and southwest of England would reach the low 20s on Saturday after some initial cloud and drizzle. In their forecast, the Met Office said that Sunday would be a “fine” day as would Monday and Tuesday in the south and east.