Britain may have the hottest New Year ever
UK will welcome 2022 where it can be Hottest New Years Eve Ever, according to forecasts. The previous record of 14.8 °C, measured at Colwyn Bay in North Wales, is set to match and could be broken on Friday night.
The prediction of warmer temperatures is good news for those planning to celebrate New Year’s Eve in England. And that yesterday it was revealed that boris johnson They have no plans to further tighten COVID restrictions in England after reviewing the latest figures. However, new measures have been introduced in the rest of the UK. In storm The rule of six returns for groups meeting in cinemas, pubs and restaurants. In ScotlandTable service will be required in places where alcohol is served, including nightclubs. And in Northern Ireland, nightclubs have been temporarily closed and indoor stand-up events are no longer allowed.
UK Met Office meteorologist, Greg Duhurst, said of the forecast for this Friday, December 31: «The record is 14.8 °C New Year’s Eve 2011. It seems that the temperature will be between 14 °C and 15 °C, so it is possible that we will exceed that record ».
Higher temperatures and less sunshine on New Year’s Eve
average temperature in uk At this time of year it should be around 7 °C or 8 °C. According to UK weather studies and forecasts, maximum temperatures will be “between 12 °C and 14 °C, and probably 15 °C in one or two places, so they will be well above average.”
The bad news is that with rising temperatures there will be no longer sunshine.
The meteorologist warned, “Blue skies are going to be there for the whole week.”
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