Parts of England and Wales could see heavy rains this weekend, as weather forecasters warn of flooding.
The Meteorological Department issued a yellow weather warning for rain on Monday (August 2nd).
It was a popular holiday destination in the UK, including the Isle of Wight, Dorset, Bristol, and the Welsh capital, Cardiff.
This means that forecasters are predicting traffic disruptions – and holidaymakers are being encouraged to check before embarking on their journey.
Flooding has already been reported on the Isle of Wight, as 120 millimeters (about five inches) of rain fell on the island near Winter.
Although one of the worst views of summer is expected on the south coast, the picture is better in the north for Tuesday and Wednesday.
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Today (August 3), Manchester will see a height of 21 ° C (69.8 ° F) in the morning.
Temperatures could reach 22 degrees Celsius on Wednesday, although more rain is expected in our area as the week progresses.
Manchester is set to have a wet afternoon on Saturday, with Mercury not expected to escape teenagers from Thursday to next week.
This week has also seen a sharp rise in temperature. On Monday, the UK’s hottest spot was Hill’s East Park, which is 21.3. C was.
The coldest temperature recorded that day was in Cیسte d’Ivoire, County Down, Northern Ireland, at just 1.8 degrees Celsius.
The weather warnings came as the Met Office temporarily announced that last month was the fifth warmest July on record.