Temperatures in the UK may hit 32 degrees Celsius, making it hotter than Ibiza.

Temperatures in the UK may hit 32 degrees Celsius, making it hotter than Ibiza.

A heat health advisory has been issued for parts of England for the rest of the week, and temperatures are expected to hit 32 degrees Celsius on Wednesday and Thursday, making the United Kingdom hotter than Ibiza.

The Met Office predicts that Britain might have temperatures 4 degrees Celsius higher than the Spanish island on Thursday. Britain could also see temperatures higher than Ayia Napa, Cyprus (30 degrees Celsius), and Athens, Greece (27 degrees Celsius).

The UK Health Security Agency has issued a yellow alert from 2pm on Monday until 9pm on September 10 for all of England except the North East.
We will expect beautiful bright conditions throughout the week with cloudless sky and possibly high temperatures by Wednesday and Thursday, where we may see 31 maybe 32 degrees,” Oli Claydon, a spokesperson for the Met Office, told the PA news agency.

The hottest temperatures are probably in southeast England and are extending to central England and the rest of the UK.

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Overnight on Wednesday, temperatures may remain above normal (for the tropics) and may not drop below 20 degrees.

That is especially likely to be the case in the southern half of the UK and in urban areas, where temperatures are expected to be higher than in the countryside.Then on Thursday, temperatures will again reach the low to mid-30s. On Thursday, there will be still another hot evening with the possibility of a tropical storm.

The Met Office reported that the south and east of Wales had temperatures of 30 degrees Celsius on Monday.
Temperatures of 31 degrees Celsius are forecast for Tuesday, so the heat wave shows little sign of abating.
The forecaster stated high pressure was “dominating over the UK” due to the jet stream being amplified over the Atlantic Ocean as a result of tropical storms in the far western Atlantic and deep pockets of low pressure.

Even though there may be more gloomy weather and chances of rain in the far north-west of Scotland on Friday, the Met Office predicted temperatures might still reach 31 degrees Celsius.
However, Mr. Claydon has stated that there is “no indication at the moment of another strong heatwave after this,” so the weather may shift during the weekend.

He continued, “Through the weekend, we start to see some heavy, potentially thundery, showers developing, but (they) are only isolated.” As we move that far into the future, there is some unpredictability.
By the middle of next week, we should be back to normal temps.

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