Scotland has loved its warmest day of the yr to this point.
The Met Office mentioned temperatures within the Aberdeenshire village of Aboyne reached 24.3C on Monday topping Scotland’s earlier excessive of the yr which was 23.6C recorded at Dunstaffnage on June 5.
Met Office forecaster Greg Dewhurst mentioned “it just shows you that the warmth is still around and it is going to become warmer across the whole of the UK” in the course of the week.
The warmth is about to construct once more within the coming days however won’t be as excessive as final week when temperatures soared to 32.7C at Santon Downham, in Norfolk, on Friday because the UK recorded the most well liked day of the yr to this point.
The heat might be a bit extra widespread.
It might be sunny and dry from Tuesday to Thursday with temperatures reaching about 25C in London, earlier than they rise to about 27 within the east on Wednesday 20 and peak at 29C on Thursday all through the east and south east England.
It might be cloudier for Scotland and Northern Ireland the place there might be some sunshine and temperatures might attain low to mid-20sC within the south.
Those heading to the Glastonbury competition might be pitching their tents in dry circumstances however having to cope with heavy showers over the weekend.
The competition returns this week for the primary time in three years, lastly celebrating its fiftieth yr after the pandemic compelled organisers to cancel twice.
Mr Dewhurst mentioned: “It will be a warm and sunny start to the festival with temperatures up to around 25-26C.
“There will be high UV levels so people will need to stay hydrated and pack plenty of sunscreen.
“With the second half of the festival, there is a risk of showers with temperatures dropping down to 20-21C and you will probably need your umbrellas and your wellies.”
With the climate set to be various day-by-day, Mr Dewhurst urged revellers “make sure you have got everything from warm weather gear to wet weather gear and expect a mixture of conditions”.
Sir Paul McCartney, Billie Eilish and rapper Kendrick Lamar will carry out on the Pyramid stage whereas Diana Ross will fill the Sunday teatime legends slot.
Festival-goers will face difficulties arriving on the web site in Pilton amid three days of main rail strikes inflicting journey chaos.
Members of the Rail, Maritime and Transport union (RMT) at Network Rail and 13 prepare operators will stroll out on June 21, 23 and 25 within the largest outbreak of such industrial motion in a technology.
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