Heatwave: Nottinghamshire to be hotter than Lanzarote as temperatures soar to 30C this Friday

Temperatures across Nottinghamshire are set to soar to 30°C this Friday, which could see the county become hotter than the likes of Lanzarote and Gran Canaria.

By Lizzie Day
Thursday, 30th July 2020, 7:18 am
Updated Thursday, 30th July 2020, 7:29 am

In a brief heatwave, it could be the hottest day of the year on Friday for people in Nottinghamshire as there forecast to be highs of 30°C.

The region is predicted to be hotter than popular holiday destinations Lanzarote and Gran Canaria, according to the Met Office’s forecast.

While weather has been cloudy and overcast across Nottinghamshire today, with highs of 20°C and lows of 15°C, temperatures are expected to heat up tomorrow.

Temperatures are set to soar to 30 degrees in Nottinghamshire.

People can prepare for a new surge of summer weather as it will be as hot as 26°C on Thursday, July 30, with early morning cloud cover is expected to turn into sunshine.

️ Temperatures will be rising for all of us over the next few days with the heat spreading a long way north on Friday.Much cooler for all to start the weekend though, with temperatures for some of us some 10ºC or more lower on Saturday! ☀️ pic.twitter.com/o2TzRUOo8V

— Met Office (@metoffice) July 29, 2020

The brief heatwave will hit Nottinghamshire on Friday, July 31 with scorching temperatures of 30°C and warm, dry weather.

On what could be the hottest day of the year so far, temperatures are forecast to drop to lows of 16°C.

In a tweet, the Met Office warned people that the warm weather is set to return.

They said: “It will go from feeling more like autumn to summer this week, then back again over the weekend.”

It will go from feeling more like #Autumn to #Summer this week, then back again over the #weekend️ >> ️☀️ >> ️ pic.twitter.com/s3e1evW9NA

— Met Office (@metoffice) July 28, 2020

Temperatures are expected to sharply drop back down on Saturday, with cloudy weather and highs of just 22°C.

The cool weather will continue through to Sunday, with temperatures reaching just 20°C at its peak and lows of 12°C.

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