UK climate: Northern Ireland ‘breaks temperature document’ for third time in a week | UK News
Northern Ireland has provisionally damaged its temperature document for the second day in a row – and the third time in a week.
Armagh reached 31.4C (88.52F) at 3.20pm this afternoon, in line with the Met Office, beating the 31.3C (88.34F) in Castlederg in County Tyrone on Wednesday.
The document was first damaged on Saturday when 31.2C (88.16F) was recorded in Ballywatticock.
Places resembling Helen’s Bay seaside in County Down have been baking in the solar in current days
An amber warning for excessive warmth stays in power immediately and tomorrow in Northern Ireland, however the identical warning in elements of southern England, the Midlands, and most of Wales ends later.
The forecast for your space
The UK heatwave is about to interrupt up from Friday, when it’ll flip cooler for most, and there could possibly be flooding in some areas on the weekend.
On Saturday and Sunday there’s a yellow warning for heavy rain and thundery showers in central and southern elements of England and Wales.
Some elements might see as much as 10cm (3.9in) of rain, and the Met Office mentioned “lightning and hail are expected to be additional hazards”.
Looking additional forward, a mixture of sunny spells and heavy showers is anticipated from the center of subsequent week into August, in line with the Met Office.
But in direction of the center of the month it ought to develop into extra settled, with drier and hotter circumstances forecast.