Yorkshire’s mini heatwave: Hour-by-hour weather forecast as temperatures set to soar today

As Yorkshire’s mini-heatwave kicks off, we take a look at the hour-by-hour weather forecast for today.

A heatwave is expected this week. (Pic credit: Michelle Cowbourne / SWNS)

Today marks the first day of heatwave week in Yorkshire, with temperatures expected to escalate to 27C on Wednesday.

The weather summary for Monday is: “Becoming increasingly warm through to Wednesday. Cooler, unsettled thereafter.”

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The Met Office predicts moderate UV and pollen levels on Monday.

The weather service’s forecast for Monday in Yorkshire predicts a rather cloudy start to the day, but sunny spells could appear from the south and spread to all areas, “with a chance of one or two showers in the afternoon, becoming warm.”

For tonight, they expect a dry evening with plenty of residual sunshine, with any showers dying out.

“Some light winds and largely clear skies overnight, leading to a few mist and fog patches. Maximum temperature 13C,” the Met Office said.

Below is an hour by hour forecast for the day.

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22 degrees with sunny intervals

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24 degrees (cloudy)

1600 - 1700

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23 degrees (cloudy)

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21 degrees (cloudy)

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20 degrees (partly cloudy)

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19 degrees (partly cloudy)

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19 degrees (partly cloudy)