The Bureau of Meteorology has predicted that today and tomorrow will be the hottest days this week with highs of 30 and 28 °C, although temperatures will drop slightly as the week continues to peak at 30 and 28 °C. 23 °C.
Despite the yellow weather warning for thunderstorms and rain for much of the UK today, York is not expected to be hit by the storm, the Met Office said.
Grass pollen poses an increased risk for hay fever sufferers as more grasses flower, with pollen from stinging nettles, docks and plantains also flying in the air.
Here is the full weather forecast:
Today and tonight (June 12):
Today will be a hot, dry day with lots of sun, then a dry and beautiful night with light winds and clear blue skies. Maximum temperature 30 °C and minimum temperature 12 °C.
Tomorrow (June 13):
Tomorrow will be a beautiful dry day with light winds and plenty of sunshine. It will still be very warm, although not as hot as it is today with a maximum temperature of 28°C.
Outlook for Wednesday (June 14) to Friday (June 16):
It will be warm and dry throughout the week with generally high amounts of sunshine, but temperatures will tend to drop slightly.