TEMPERATURES are expected to get awfully hot as we heard around Halloween.
We could see highs of over 20C by the end of the week, said Bournemouth-based forecaster Bournemouth & Poole Weather.
Providing perspective this morning, the weather enthusiast said: “Well a calmer day today.
“Fewer showers and definitely less strong and bright or sunny spells most of the time. Maybe not as mild with highs of 17C.”
Well a calmer day today. Less showers and certainly less powerful and bright or sunny episodes most of the time. Maybe not as mild with high temperatures of 17°C @portlandukwx @DorsetSnow @Bournemouthecho
— Bournemouth and Poole Weather (@BournemouthWea1) October 24, 2022
He added: “Actually not a bad working week ahead, the rain signals have been called back and we should be limited to a few showers. Potentially becoming exceptionally mild towards the end of the week with temperatures above 20C.”
It comes after disruptive weather over the past few days with flash flooding seen in parts of Dorset and the New Forest following torrential rain and thunderstorms.
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A yellow thunderstorm weather warning has been issued by the Met Office for Sunday.
No other warnings are currently in effect for this week.
According to the Met Office forecast, this week will be largely dry and warm.
Here are the forecasts for the next few days
Monday October 24 – 17°C, sunny spells turning into thundery showers in the afternoon
Tuesday October 25 – 17C, cloudy changing to light showers in the late morning
Wednesday October 26 – 19C, light showers becoming cloudy in the late morning
Thursday October 27 – 19°C, cloudy then sunny spells at the end of the morning
Friday October 28 – 18C, cloudy
Saturday October 29 – 18C, cloudy
Sunday October 30 – 18C, cloudy changing to light showers around noon