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Nottingham weather forecasters predict heatwave with temperatures of up to 28C

today6 July 2022 6

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If you are longing for some summer sun and high temperatures then it seems you won’t have to go far. Nottinghamshire could be heading for a heatwave.

According to the Met Office, while this week we will be enjoying sunny days and temperatures topping 24 degrees, next week we could be scorching as temperatures are “expected to be widely above average”.

Already, the forecasters are predicting highs of 27 degrees on Monday, July 11, and 28 degrees on Tuesday, July 12. High pressure in the summer can lead to long warm sunny days and prolonged dry periods and in some situations, this can cause heatwaves.

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Looking ahead, Rebekah Sherwin, Met Office deputy chief meteorologist said: “The influence of the high pressure is likely to continue across southern areas into the second week of July and at times could be more widespread. Temperatures are expected to be widely above average, especially across the south, with some areas seeing maxima in the high 20s, locally 30 Celsius by this weekend.”

Make the most of the sun and high temperatures though as how long we will have them is unclear. The meteorologists adds that: “Beyond that, the forecast becomes more uncertain and, while it may well continue warm, the extent, magnitude and duration of these above-average temperatures are not clear at this stage and won’t be known until closer to the time.”

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