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Plymouth could hit 23C today but sunny weather set to end

The bright start to summer will continue in Plymouth today with temperatures rising to 23C – but sunny conditions will end on Thursday. The Met Office said Sunday could be the hottest day of the year so far.

The Southwest might even be the warmest place in the country with the blazing sun continuing into the new week. All of that could change on Thursday with clouds moving in, although it remains dry.

The highest temperature in the UK so far in 2023 was 25.1C in Porthmadog on Tuesday. There is a small chance that could be passed on Sunday.

Met Office meteorologist Rachel Ayers said people can expect temperatures of 24 degrees Celsius or 25 degrees Celsius in warmer spots and possibly even a high of 26 degrees Celsius in sheltered areas in the UK. West.

She said there was a low chance of a 26C being recorded, adding: “We’ll look at that somewhere in the west, maybe similar areas, parts of Wales, there’s the possibly south-west England.”

Ms Ayers said a slight wind blowing through the south, particularly the coasts of the English Channel, would affect temperatures in those areas. The east coast will have temperatures around 15 degrees Celsius or 16 degrees Celsius, while inland areas will be warmer with highs of 18 degrees Celsius to 20 degrees Celsius.

The scorching heat is expected to last into the new business week as temperatures could set a new record for 2023.


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