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London weather: 30C heat predicted for start of Wimbledon next week

Britain is set for a blast of glorious sunshine next week with temperatures approaching 30C as Wimbledon gets underway.

However Glastonbury festival-goers are set to see heavy rainfall on Friday, though the clouds will dry up over the weekend when sunny spells are predicted.

But come Tuesday, forecasters are predicting the hottest day of the year so far, when Andy Murray could be kicking off his Wimbledon campaign.

Experts from the Weather Channel say temperatures are likely to reach between 28 and 30 degrees across the South East on day two of the tournament.

Temperatures of up to 30C are expected to arrive during Wimbledon (Picture: Getty)
Leon Brown, chief meteorologist with the Weather Channel, said: "That is likely to be in the South East of the country, and especially East Anglia.

"There is real low pressure in Spain, some of Italy and southern France and that will bring a plume of heat to the south east of the UK.

"But that is only likely to last for the day on Tuesday, and then the rest of the week becomes cooler and fresher."

He added: "It could come down nicely to the mid 20's Centigrade after that.

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"Wimbledon's first week looks reasonably settled and Glastonbury also looks quite nice - there will be a little bit of rain on the Friday and the Sunday, but we will not have the muddy quagmires that there have been before."

Mr Brown added that a mini heat wave could arrive at the end of July.

Met Office spokeswoman Nicola Maxey cautioned that there is a "great deal of uncertainty" as an area of low pressure develops off the coast of Britain, which could bring some showers on Monday.

She said: "By Tuesday and Wednesday, we could be looking at warm and more humid weather for the South East, with dry and bright conditions."

Fonte: Evening Standard