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UK weather: Exact date 'Saharan Plume' to hit as Brits told to prepare for 24C heatwave

UK motorists could see their cars risk damage in the coming days, as weather maps indicate a sizzling 'Saharan Plume' approach. The recent spate of wet and windy weather, that has seen mixed temperatures and frequent rain showers is set to give way to a patch of warm weather and sunshine next week.

Predictions suggest temperatures will begin rising again from Sunday, 19 May, lasting till Tuesday, 21 May, bringing balmy weather just in time for the half term.

The predicted temperate conditions offer hope for those longing for a taste of summer after the hit-and-miss weather experienced so far this week. Forecasts indicate the best weather will likely be concentrated in regions such as the Midlands, the North East of England, and Yorkshire, where temperatures could reach up to 23C.

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Nonetheless, the South of the country won't miss out on the heatwave with London, the south-east and the south coast potentially experiencing temperatures rocketing up to a blistering 24C on May 26. The rest of the areas enjoy agreeable temps comfortably over 20C.

Netweather says we can expect highs ranging from 22C to 24C across most of England. For Wales, cooler temperatures are expected but still above 20C in several places with a similar picture reflected in Northern Ireland, reports the Mirror.

Meanwhile, the Met Office has labelled its own forecast for the week starting May 19 until May 28 as "changeable", with temperatures predicted to be "generally around or just above average."

The current weather forecast indicates: "Temperatures will be generally around or just a little above average. With winds tending to be light, it will feel warm