Exact date the 250 mile European plume arrives in Yorkshire

A warm weather plume will arrive in Yorkshire over the next few days, bringing sunshine and warm weather.

Meteorologist Jim Dale has said the warm weather will come after the recent burst of rain and colder temperatures, the Daily Express reports. He said: “There is nothing warm in the short term, but in about 10 days we may see levels that we have seen in recent days.

“(There are) some marginal pushes from North Africa, but the main push is probably through Central Europe.” Mr Dale added that he expected more warm weather in July or August. However, experts downplay the risks of 40 degrees Celsius, as we saw in July 2022.

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Weather maps show the weather wave is likely to cause temperatures to rise here in Britain. Although it is unlikely that these will be record temperatures.

The wave is expected to arrive in Europe in late May and hit France on May 28, as the south coast of England also experiences warmer temperatures. Temperatures will be between 21 and 22 degrees Celsius in most of these areas, with the weather front extending as far as Yorkshire.

Then temperatures will reach 23°C in some more northern areas from around 3pm on May 28. It is not yet known how long the weather will remain warm.

Hot temperatures will arrive across Yorkshire(Image: Netweather)

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