The weather for Britain has been lovely this week for many Britons enjoying some late summer sunshine.
However, it seems that the country won’t be enjoying the sun much longer. according to forecasters.
Yesterday a yellow weather warning was issued for parts of the UK, including the Midlands and Wales, for Thursday.
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Meteorologists say heavy showers and thunderstorms on Thursday could cause surface water flooding and travel disruptions in some places.
And now BBC Weather contributed to its verdict on the imminent September heat wave.
BBC Weather’s Sarah Keith-Lucas said that there would be different temperatures across Europe as the east of the continent would stay hot all week. Ms. Keith-Lucas said: “We have some differences from east to west in terms of temperature across Europe in the coming days.
“In the western areas it was quite warm, but that will change; cooler air is coming in as the low pressure here provides some showers.
“Further east across Europe, the high pressure continues, a lot of dry weather, but for Moscow, Warsaw, for example, it was a little cooler.
“That warmer air will push east as the showers hit the UK, France, Portugal and Spain.
“Lots of dry, warm weather in Turkey and Cyprus. A few showers for Greece and southern Italy.
The Met Office said some areas were on the verge of recording an official heat wave this week as students returned to school.
On Monday, the UK maximum temperature was recorded at 28.9 ° C in Larkhill, Wiltshire, closely followed by 28.8 ° C in Santon Downham, Suffolk, and 28.7 ° C in Middle Wallop, Hampshire.
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