After a period of more comfortable temperatures, Glasgow is meant to get a heatwave from tomorrow (June 10). So, let’s prepare to spend some time outside, grab a well-deserved pint at the beer garden and spend some quality time with our pals, because it’s going to get up to 26 degrees next week, with a sunny 24 degrees starting this Saturday, June 10.
According to the BBC Weather forecast, Saturday, June 10 is meant to reach up to 24 degrees with lows of 12, saying: “Continuing sunny and warm for all tomorrow morning. A few isolated patches of cloud will bubble up in the afternoon and evening, with heavy showers developing in places.”
As for Sunday (June 11), the news isn’t as bright, with still highs of 23 degrees, yet light rain and a gentle breeze. Monday (June 12) and Tuesday (June 13) might also get some intermittent showers but will see temperatures as high as 25 degrees.
What is more, The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning for a thunderstorm on Sunday, June 11, stating: “Whilst many places will be largely dry, thunderstorms with heavy rain and hail are likely to develop in some places on Sunday afternoon.” As always, people are urged to stay safe and take any precautions necessary for possible flooding.
For the period, BBC Weather states: “Heavy showers are expected to sweep through Sunday quite early in the morning. These will be thundery and will continue into the afternoon and possibly overnight. Further heavy and thundery showers through much of Monday with sunny spells in between. Some may persist overnight into much of Tuesday with thunder most likely in the afternoon and overnight.”
However, the period between Wednesday (June 14) and Friday (June 16) is set to be extra nice, with the temperatures soaring up to 26 degrees, with lows 13 degrees at night: what a treat! Expect a proper Glasgow heatwave with sunny days and light winds, and plenty of good vibes to go with. The weekend after is still set to be warm with up to 25 degrees, but weegies should expect light rain showers and more clouds.