The Met Office has said on Thursday that warm weather “will remain high,” but over the weekend the weather will change from Friday.
On Friday the majority of the UK will continue to remain dry and sunny with the mercury staying in the mid 20s and it could possibly reach highs of 28C.
There will also be a hint of upcoming change and there could be bursts of rain seeing up to 25mm of rain within an hour.
Met Office Deputy Chief Meteorologist Steven Keates told LondonLovesBusiness.com, “Over the coming days we’ll be transitioning to a more unsettled regime for the UK, though temperatures will remain high and it’ll feel very humid for many.
There's a lot of sunshine in the forecast to end the working week ☀️
But remember to think about the very high UV levels before stepping outside
🟥 Very high
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— Met Office (@metoffice) June 15, 2023
“Heavy showers and thunderstorms are likely to become more frequent through the weekend, with the potential for associated hail, lightning and some gusty winds.
“While the focus of thundery showers on Friday afternoon will be Northern Ireland, that risk spreads more widely across western and southern areas of the UK on Saturday, before pushing further north on Sunday.
“As in many of these situations, these showers can be hit or miss, with some places avoiding them whilst other areas nearby may see some very wet conditions.”
“There’s an ongoing likelihood of warnings being issued in the coming days, so keep an eye on the weather forecast for the latest outlook.”