Europe weather: Heatwave sweeps continent as mercury skyrockets to 100F
UK weather: Met Office forecasts further heatwave conditions
A record-breaking heatwave is set to continue into next week across Europe, with France seeing temperatures of 37C this weekend.
September has proven to be a warm month so far with the UK seeing highs of 32C this week, but other parts of Europe could see even warmer temperatures next week, as he heat dome expands across a large part of the continent later this week.
On Monday, temperatures reached 30C in London while peak temperatures in France have reached up to 39C, reports reveal.
New weather maps show the heat continuing into next week in France, with highs of 37C this weekend.
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Meanwhile, temperatures in the UK will drop from Monday, September 11.
The conditions will keep challenging September’s records, with it marking the first autumn season of the month making the temperatures extremely high for this period.
Jim Dale, senior meteorologist for British Weather said: “We are seeing the peak today or tomorrow of 33C. It might get a bit of a replay tomorrow.
“I think it’s going to last until the weekend but it’s then going to start dipping a little bit but it will still feel warm and humid with it. On Monday it’s starting to tail off.”
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The hottest temperature of 2023 could be recorded this week, with the Met Office and BBC Weather forecasting temperatures of 32C.
This could potentially match this year’s record of 32.2C that was recorded in June.
The UKHSA had issued a yellow alert across the whole of England apart from the North East, that comes to an end on Monday, September 10.
It has since raised the threat level to amber, meaning a heightened risk of death among those aged over 65 in social care settings, for the UK apart from the North East which is now subject to a yellow alert.
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