UK weather – Brits to bask in 29C sizzler next week after mini-heatwave | The Sun

TEMPERATURES will soar to 29C next weekend making Britain as hot as the Algarve.

The major heatwave is expected to hit as early as Wednesday and will last for around four to five days.

This weekend Brits are already enjoying highs of 22C to 24C – but by next week the UK will be hit with balmy heat.

Wednesday will see temperatures climb to 26C, but by Thursday Britain will be basking in 29C – the same temperature as the Algarve.

Manchester, London and Southampton will see the warmest weather, with cooler, breezier temperatures along the coastline.

Northern Ireland looks as though it could see highs of a balmy 24C.

Meanwhile today thousands up and down the country are heading for beaches and parks to soak up some rays.

Temperatures today could reach 24C in the south while tomorrow will cool slightly to 22.

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However, up north heavy rain and gales are on the way – as a warning for 'unsettled' weather has been put in place for this week.

Steven explained: “There's some wet and windy weather that's going to be grazing past the north west of the country tomorrow and into Saturday.

“It's a low-pressure system that will bring winds of 45 knots in certain areas on Saturday and some unseasonably strong winds.”

And the unseasonable weather could wreak havoc for hayfever sufferers.

Airborne allergens expert Max Wiseberg told the Daily Star: “With this fine weather thunderstorms are also predicted, and they can bring problems for hay fever sufferers.

“Very high pollen counts are predicted across many parts of England from Thursday onwards causing havoc for the millions of hay fever sufferers in the UK.

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“Predicted thunderstorms won’t give respite, as instead they can cause a phenomenon known as ‘thunder fever’.”

Mr Wiseberg, creator of HayMax allergen barrier balm, added: “According to a report in The European Respiratory review, humidity breaks pollen grains into smaller allergenic particles.

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