This Saturday is the hottest day of the year in England. It was also the sixth consecutive day with thermometers above 30ºC. The heat wave will be followed by heavy thundershowers and hailstorms in the coming days, forecasters said.
Against all odds, September is the warmest month in the UK. This Saturday is the warmest day of the year for much of England and Wales. Thermometers are always above 30ºC.
The British National Health Service recorded five times more calls to emergency services. People have been complaining of heat exhaustion for the past few days. However, there are those who enjoy long summers.
For this Sunday, there are already warnings of rain and thunderstorms and a sudden drop in temperature. Hail showers are expected at some places. As the land is dry, there is a risk of flooding and inundation.
Areas are on alert, especially in the north, where the weather is expected to worsen in the coming hours. In the south, it should be a sunny Sunday and even hotter before the rain arrives.
Last year, the United Kingdom recorded temperatures of over 40ºC. It’s another demonstration of the effects of climate change, which is making heat waves more frequent and in places that are traditionally cooler.
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