The UK Health Security Agency and the Met Office have issued the first heat warning of the year from 9am on Friday 9 June until Monday morning.
Six regions of England are forecast to be hotter than Marbella, Ibiza and Tenerife.
Clouds, rain and thunderstorms are also expected, according to the Met Office, with humid nights creating a “warm air cloud”.
York is not among the regions covered by the heat warning, but temperatures are still expected to rise this weekend, according to Met Office forecasters.
Here is the full weather forecast for the week:
Thursday, June 8th:
Tomorrow will be warmer than today. Although the morning will initially be largely cloudy, there will be longer periods of sunshine in the afternoon. Maximum temperature 18°C.
Friday June 9th:
Similar to Thursday, cloudy weather is expected for Friday, but the clouds will recede to allow sunshine again in the afternoon. Maximum temperature 18°C.
Saturday June 10:
It will be warmer and sunnier, but maybe windy. At night it will be partly cloudy. Maximum temperature 22°C.
Sunday June 11th:
It will be mostly sunny, but there is a chance of showers and possible heavy rain and thunderstorms. Maximum temperature 24°C.
Monday, June 12:
The week will likely start out fairly cloudy but warm and humid with the risk of scattered showers and thunderstorms. Maximum temperature 23°C.
https://www.yorkpress.co.uk/news/23574579.york-weather-forecast-following-first-uk-heat-health-alert/?ref=rss Weather forecast for York following first UK heat warning