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Selby and Yorkshire to sizzle in 30+C heat, whilst South will reach 35C

Popular tourist spot Scarborough in Yorkshire 

Popular tourist spot Scarborough in Yorkshire 

As wimbledon approaches next week. The weather is going to improve dramatically. Next week will see temperatures rise reaching the 30s. Wimbledon which sometimes starts with a washout will be graced with the heatwave.  The heatwave will progress throughout next week. Temperatures across the North could reach 32c - 33c with next Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday being the hottest days. 

 

The glorious sands of Bournemouth beach sees people flock in their thousands, the university town is very popular with tourists in the South of England  

The glorious sands of Bournemouth beach sees people flock in their thousands, the university town is very popular with tourists in the South of England  

Heat from the Mediterranean and continent will move up through Europe across Spain, Portugal, Germany and France,  finally reaching the UK.  

The weather episode is expected to last 10 days. Supermarkets across Britain are preparing for a BBQ bonanza. With the humid weather some could see spectacular light night storms nearer the end of next week. The high pressure will take hold of the British skies bringing warmer weather for all. 

 

A sight to behold, Bournemouth, rather looks like a beach on the Algarve

A sight to behold, Bournemouth, rather looks like a beach on the Algarve

So all that's left to say, get thensun screen on and get in that garden. People are warned not to leave children or pets in cars without any ventilation.

 

We we would love to see your pictures enjoying the weather next week, wether your taking a walk around Brayton Barff, basking in the sun in Selby Park or enjoying a BBQ, send them over to selbyeveryday@mail.com or tweet us at @SelbyEveryday 

 

Weather for Selby next week

Weather for Selby next week

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