Britain gears up for the SECOND autumn heat wave next week with temperatures rising to 77 ° F

Britain gears up for the SECOND autumn heat wave next week with temperatures rising to 77 ° F

Britain is gearing up for the SECOND autumn heat wave next week! UK has two days of rain before Hurricane Larry sends 77F ‘subtropical sizzle’ across the Atlantic

  • Britain will be hotter than Portugal when Hurricane Larry catapults a 77F ‘subtropical sizzle’ into the UK
  • On Tuesday cool heat comes from the subtropics, sucked north by the mighty Larry, who is now closing in on Iceland
  • The Weather Bureau forecast 75F on Tuesday with rain, but spells sunny on Wednesday and Thursday

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Britain will be hotter than Portugal when Hurricane Larry catapults a 77 ° F (25 ° C) ‘subtropical sizzle’ onto our shores, bringing a second wave of autumn heat.

After last week’s 86F, cool heat arrives from the subtropics on Tuesday, as shown on a weather map, sucked north by the mighty Larry, now closing in on Iceland.

The Weather Bureau forecast 75F on Tuesday with rain, but sunny spells on Wednesday and Thursday with 77F showing in the forecast models.

Britain will be warmer than the 73 ° F forecast for Faro, in Portugal’s Algarve.

And after a period of rain on a warm Friday, the Met Office predicted continued hot and dry conditions for many over the weekend and into the coming week.

The warmth will cheer up millions after the boring school holidays in August.

Britain will be warmer than Portugal when Hurricane Larry catapults a 600-mile-wide 77F ‘subtropical sizzle’ onto our shores, bringing a second wave of autumn heat (pictured: A beach in Dorset today)

After last week's 86F, cool heat arrives from the subtropics on Tuesday, as shown on a weather map, sucked north by the mighty Larry, now closing in on Iceland.

After last week’s 86F, cool heat arrives from the subtropics on Tuesday, as shown on a weather map, sucked north by the mighty Larry, now closing in on Iceland.

After last week's 86F, cool heat arrives from the subtropics on Tuesday, as shown on a weather map, sucked north by the mighty Larry, now closing in on Iceland (pictured: West Bay, Dorset today)

After last week’s 86F, cool heat arrives from the subtropics on Tuesday, as shown on a weather map, sucked north by the mighty Larry, now closing in on Iceland (pictured: West Bay, Dorset today)

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Former BBC and Met Office forecaster John Hammond of weather trends said: “ With Larry’s power pack near Iceland, the winds from the southern latitudes could send the mercury out in the mid-20s, like last week.

“There was remarkable warmth last week, and some may welcome another good time after a bad August.”

A forecaster from the Met Office said: “ As former Hurricane Larry approaches Iceland, we have been dragging ourselves into warmer weather since Tuesday.

“On Monday and Tuesday it rains, but there are also periods of bright light, and many regions dry up on Wednesdays and Thursdays with periods of sunshine.

“Friday has a streak of rain in many areas, but over the weekend and beyond there is a sign of mostly good and dry weather in the south and east, with near-average temperatures.”

Another told MailOnline that the above-average temperatures forecast for later this week were mainly due to warm south and south-west winds hitting the UK and an area of ​​high pressure coming from the north.

Meteorological Office forecaster Marco Petagna said: “Our weather has been very warm recently, and temperatures between 20 and 20 degrees Celsius are still a few degrees above average.”

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