This is how hot it will get in Mansfield this week

There will be a heatwave across Mansfield this week, with sunny weather causing temperatures to soar to 28°C on Thursday.

By Lizzie Day
Monday, 22nd June 2020, 2:28 pm
Updated Monday, 22nd June 2020, 2:29 pm

Sunny weather is here to stay in Mansfield as temperatures are expected to reach as high as 28°C on Thursday, according to the met office.

This heatwave will start on Wednesday with highs of 27°C and last until temperatures drop back down again on Saturday.

The warm, sunny weather comes after weeks of cooler, cloudier conditions in the first few weeks of June.

Heatwave: There will be highs of 28°C in Mansfield this week

Parks are expected to be busy today as people enjoy highs of 22°C in Mansfield with sunny intervals and slight cloud.

Temperatures will only get as low as 13°C this evening.

Warmer weather is anticipated tomorrow with highs of 25°C and uninterrupted sunshine across the town.

The heatwave will continue with temperatures soaring to their peak at 28°C on Thursday until it drops down again on Saturday.

There's some hot weather on the way, here's a look at what we can expect pic.twitter.com/H55Dx9phy6

— Met Office (@metoffice) June 21, 2020

Today marks the start of summer weather making a comeback in Mansfield as temperatures will reach 22°C across the town, with lows of just 13°C. The weather will get even warmer tomorrow with temperatures rising to 25°C with uninterrupted sunshine.

Tuesday

There will be sunny spells all day tomorrow, with no cloud cover and lots of dry, bright weather reaching highs of 25°C according to the Met Office. There will be lows of 15°C in the evening.

Wednesday

Temperatures will get warmer still on Wednesday, reaching 27°C and more sunny spells. This heatwave will continue until Saturday when temperatures are set to drop slightly and weather to become cooler. The coolest it will be on Wednesday is 15°C.

Thursday

The hot weather will peak at 28°C in Mansfield on Thursday. The dry, sunny weather will continue for Friday, before it gets slightly colder at the weekend. There is set to be uninterrupted sunshine on Thursday with lows of 15°C.

Friday

Temperatures will continue to soar to 28°C although the sunshine will be interrupted by some slight cloud cover in the afternoon. There will be lows of 16°C on Friday.

Saturday

Weather will be significantly colder on Saturday with temperatures dropping to 22°C. The sunny intervals throughout the morning will become cloudy by the afternoon with temperatures getting as cold as 14°C.

Sunday

Temperatures will drop again on Sunday, with highs of just 20°C and it will remain cloudy throughout the day. There will be lows of 12°C.

Social distancing guidelines

People can now meet up with a maximum of six people from different households as long as they remain outside, according to new medical guidance.

The government have encouraged people to keep a two metre distance from anyone not in their own household while continuing to practice good hygiene.

People who live in a single adult household are also now allowed to form a ‘social bubble’ with one other household – this means they can enter each others homes without social distancing.

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