Exact date 39C European ‘heat plume’ to bring the hottest day of 2023 so far

A near-39C The UK is expected to see the warmest temperatures of the month due to a European heat wave.

Spain’s southern city of Cordoba, which reached 38.8C last Thursday, and parts of France are also roasting as a result of the continent’s record-breaking heat.

Later this month, when temperatures are expected to break the 20C level, the conditions are expected to spread to the UK.

And it means that when 21C highs are anticipated on Wednesday, May 17, Brits will soon be able to visit the beach and take advantage of the bright weather.

The upcoming plume is expected to break the record for the warmest day of the year thus far, which was established last Saturday at Pershore, Worcestershire when the temperature exceeded 20.02C.

The jet stream is once again close to the UK or just to the north, making blocking high pressure less likely than it did earlier this spring. Instead, low pressure is more likely to be in charge for the majority of the time, with sporadic spells of higher pressure, especially later in the month.

“Overall, it appears to be a warmer-than-average month with the possibility of an early hot period.

Overall, rainfall is predicted to be about average, but may be fairly wet in the northwest and dryer in the southeast.

The hot air column originated over northern Africa and moved across Iberia into Europe.

Sadly, rain is predicted according to the Met Office’s weather forecast for the weekend of the Coronation.

Although it is currently difficult to predict the weather with precision, forecasters did mention that rain may fall on the King’s parade on Saturday.

It appears that it would be a good idea for royal admirers to bring their umbrellas and wear their raincoats.

“We’ve got quite a showery picture,” said Nicola Maxey, a spokesman for the Met Office. There will be a combination of thunderstorms, heavy rain, and showers on Friday.

She predicted that while Saturday morning in London would be dry, afternoon showers might occur.

At 1 o’clock, the coronation service at Westminster Abbey will come to an end, and the newly crowned King and Queen will start their journey back to Buckingham Palace in the gold state coach.

Charles and Camilla will be escorted by over 4,000 sailors, soldiers, pilots, and other military personnel from the UK and the Commonwealth.

More than 1,000 route liners from the Army, RAF, and Royal Navy will be present.

At 1:33 p.m., Charles and Camilla are anticipated to enter Buckingham Palace through the main arch.

At 1.45 p.m., the military will salute them in the palace gardens. At around 2.15 p.m., members of the royal family will join them on the palace balcony to watch the flypast.

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