UK heatwave forecast: Summer scorcher begins TOMORROW lasting 10 days – 82F heat to hit

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Many Britons have experienced a washout today, bringing an abrupt end to the scorching sunshine seen throughout much of the week. But the latest weather charts indicate the warm sunshine is set to return tomorrow, with 23C forecast in the afternoon – with the balmy conditions expected to last until Monday, June 14.

Temperature charts by Netweather forecast 23C at 6pm on Sunday in the South East of England.

A warm 21C is forecast in northern England, with parts of Scotland expected to see highs of 19C.

The increasingly balmy conditions are set to continue through Sunday, with much of the country expected to see temperatures rise to the low-20s.

As we enter the new working week, the weather is set to improve further with the mercury forecast to rise to the mid-20s.

Thermometers are set to soar to 24C on Wednesday afternoon, with highs of 23C forecast across much of the east of England.

Highs of 25C are forecast in the capital on Thursday evening, with a warm 23C forecast in parts of Scotland and Northern Ireland.

Friday, June 11, is set to be even warmer as 26C is forecast by early afternoon.

But the best of the heatwave will come on the weekend, with 27C forecast in the South East.

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The red colouring, therefore, indicates that the hot weather forecast for June 15 is much warmer than the typical seasonal average.

The warm weather looks set to continue through Sunday, June 13 and into the start of the following week before cooling slightly on Tuesday June 15.

Looking towards this weekend, the Met Office forecasts a “fine and dry” Saturday for most, with sunny spells and warm sunshine.

They said temperatures for Sunday to Tuesday will be “generally feeling warm or very warm” though there could be a few scattered showers.

The period between Tuesday, June 8 and Thursday, June 17 will start off warm and dry, according to the Met Office.

They said: “A settled pattern with high pressure dominating will be in place at the beginning of next week, bringing sunny spells and mainly light winds, although the winds could strengthen in the far northwest for a time.

“Temperature will trend towards the warmer side of the average.”

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