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Saturday, October 31, 2015

UK Weather Forecasters Predict Hottest November Ever...

UK could be in for the hottest start to November in history, forecasters say.
The Met Office predicts the  temperature to be more than 21.7C (71F) on Sunday – the record set 69 years ago in Prestatyn, Denbighshire, North Wales.
Hot air from Portugal is bringing the out-of-season sizzle, which will make the UK hotter than the  Mediterranean.

Highs of 21C are expected on Saturday and “exceptionally mild” sunshine in the afternoon, forecasters said.
The balmy weather – 6C above average – is set to continue throughout the week with settled conditions in the south and east of England.
The predictions would make today the second-hottest Halloween, behind last year’s high of 23.6C at Kew Gardens, London, and Gravesend, Kent.

British Weather Services senior meteorologist Jim Dale said: “Somewhere in the UK could hit a record November temperature in the week from Sunday.”
The Met Officesaid: “There is a possibility that parts of South East England could see maximum temperatures in the high teens, perhaps touching 21-22C.

“The extent and degree of warmth will be affected by how much cloud cover there is, which is difficult to forecast accurately three days ahead. However, there will be decent bright or sunny spells.
"On Sunday we can expect similar weather to Saturday, with many places staying dry with bright or sunny spells after mist or fog clears.”

-UK Mirror

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