Dry weather is probably going to hit the UK at the end of August however circumstances are unlikely to attain anyplace close to the sweltering circumstances of final yr.
The Met Workplace has forecast warmer weather for subsequent month as downpours proceed for a lot of this week.
A spokesman for the Met Workplace, Stephen Dixon, instructed the PA information company: “There are some indicators for later in August of an elevated likelihood of some some drier spells.
“There’s no sturdy indicators for any sort of extended or prolonged warmth that we noticed final yr however there are some some warmer interludes attainable, extra doubtless later in August.”
Final yr was the primary time the mercury rose above the 40C mark within the UK.
Mr Dixon added that the UK is on the northern aspect of the Jet Stream, bringing low strain, as a substitute of the southern aspect, which has developed warmth over southern Europe.
He stated: “Sometimes we’re to the south of that jet stream and what that enables and what it allowed final summer time is for a excessive strain to construct over the UK, and permits the UK to sort of draw up warmer air from from the south.
“Extra air was sort of fed in from the equator nearly and moved over the UK and so that top strain, coupled with the time of yr it was, allowed that day on day to rise to the UK to that document degree of 40.3C that we noticed at Coningsby in July.
“We simply haven’t been in that weather sample this summer time.
“It’s down to that jet stream and the way it the way it develops weather in the direction of the UK.
“In the meanwhile, it’s sort of directed in the direction of the UK, which helps to develop these low strain techniques and provides us a bit of a little bit autumnal-feel for the weather that we’ve seen in current weeks and yeah, not a lot for what we noticed final yr.”
Temperatures of 40.3C was recorded in Coningsby, Lincolnshire on July 19 2022.
The typical evening and daytime temperature for August final yr was 16.6C.
This week, the Met Workplace is forecasting extra moist and windy weather with some dry spells.
On Tuesday, Mr Dixon stated the weather might be primarily cloudy with some solar except for southern Scotland and northern England which may have moist and wet weather and some remoted wet showers additional south as effectively.
Rain is forecast to improve in a single day tomorrow as windy weather on Wednesday strikes in the direction of the east, significantly hitting the southern coast.
Mr Dixon stated: “As we head out to the end of the week, that unsettled theme continues, albeit not to the identical extent as seen on Wednesday.
“Some drizzly rain round on Thursday and cloud persevering with.
“On Friday, the higher weather is extra doubtless additional west with extra frequent showers within the east on Friday and then within the weekend, it seems to be doubtless for one more low strain system to affect issues from the west once more… however one other unsettled weekend to come.”
Temperatures are forecasted for between 15 and 20C for the approaching week.