UK Set’s Sights On First 30C for 13th June

Written by on June 13, 2021 in Rest of Europe, United Kingdom & Ireland with 0 Comments

Every day of meteorological summer has seen at least somewhere within the UK reach 30C, that’s except for 13th June, just a single day.

As a lobe of very warm air lift north aboard a building ridge, this afternoon provides an opportunity for UK weather history to be made if we see somewhere crack 30C.

Most models are shooting for between 28-29C and in fact the projected temperature for today has dropped slightly.

I believe somewhere between Birmingham, Bristol and London, a top temperature of 29.2C will be reached which fails to reach the famous 30C barrier but breaks the date record of 28.3C.

Tomorrow may have a better shot at 30C but indeed the 14th June has featured 30C before, the significance would be that it’s our first 30C of the year.

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