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Live updates as ‘red alert’ extreme heat warning now in force in Mansfield and Ashfield
Last updated: Monday, 18 July, 2022, 11:40
- Mansfield and Ashfield has been issued a red warning for extreme heat across Monday and Tuesday, July 18 and 19
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A red warning for extreme heat has been issued for the first time across Mansfield and Ashfield as scorching temperatures arrive tomorrow.
BBC Weather predicts Mansfield will peak at about 35/36C today, between 3pm and 6pm - but warns tomorrow could hit 40C.
Today’s hour-by-hour temperatures...
10am - 26C, light winds from south-south-west.
11am - 29C.
Noon - 31C
1pm - 33C
2pm - 34C
3pm - 35C
4pm - 35C, feels like 36C
5pm - 35C, feels like 37C
6pm - 35C
7pm - 34C
8pm - 33C
9pm - 30C
And then dropping to a ‘low’ of 22C overnight.