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Britain set for SECOND autumn heatwave next week with temperatures set to rise to 77F

Britain set for SECOND autumn heatwave next week! UK is due two days of rain before Hurricane Larry sends 77F ‘subtropical sizzle’ across Atlantic

  • Britain will be hotter than Portugal as Hurricane Larry catapults a 77F ‘subtropical sizzle’ towards the UK
  • Fresh heat arrives from the subtropics on Tuesday sucked north by powerful Larry, now nearing Iceland
  • The Met Office forecast 75F on Tuesday with showers, but sunny spells on Wednesday and Thursday

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Britain will be hotter than Portugal as Hurricane Larry catapults a 77F (25C) ‘subtropical sizzle’ to our shores – bringing a second autumn heatwave.

After last week’s 86F, fresh heat arrives from the subtropics on Tuesday – as shown on a weather map – sucked north by powerful Larry, now nearing Iceland.

The Met Office forecast 75F on Tuesday with showers, but sunny spells on Wednesday and Thursday nudging 77F shown on forecast models. 

Britain will be hotter than the 73F forecast for Faro, on Portugal’s Algarve.

And after a spell of rain on a warm Friday, the Met Office forecast continued heat and dry conditions for many at the weekend and next week.

Warmth will cheer millions after drab August school holidays.

Britain will be hotter than Portugal as Hurricane Larry catapults a 600-mile wide 77F ‘subtropical sizzle’ to our shores – bringing a second autumn heatwave (pictured: A beach in Dorset today)

After last week's 86F, fresh heat arrives from the subtropics on Tuesday - as shown on a weather map - sucked north by powerful Larry, now nearing Iceland

After last week’s 86F, fresh heat arrives from the subtropics on Tuesday – as shown on a weather map – sucked north by powerful Larry, now nearing Iceland

After last week's 86F, fresh heat arrives from the subtropics on Tuesday - as shown on a weather map - sucked north by powerful Larry, now nearing Iceland (pictured: West Bay, Dorset today)

After last week’s 86F, fresh heat arrives from the subtropics on Tuesday – as shown on a weather map – sucked north by powerful Larry, now nearing Iceland (pictured: West Bay, Dorset today) 

Britain set for SECOND autumn heatwave next week with temperatures set to rise to 77F

Ex-BBC and Met Office forecaster John Hammond of weather trending said: ‘With Larry’s bundle of energy near Iceland, winds from southern latitudes could send the mercury into the mid-20s – just like last week.

‘Remarkable warmth was seen last week, and some may welcome another fine spell after a poor August.’

A Met Office forecaster said: ‘As ex-Hurricane Larry approaches Iceland, we drag in warmer weather from Tuesday.

‘Monday and Tuesday has rain but also bright spells, with many regions dry on Wednesday and Thursday with sunny spells.

‘Friday has a spell of rain for many areas – but through the weekend and beyond has a signal for mostly fine and dry weather in the South and East, with temperatures near to above-average.’

Another told MailOnline the above-average temperatures forecast for later this week were primarily due to warm southerly and south westerly winds sweeping across the UK and an area of high pressure coming down from the north.

Met Office forecaster Marco Petagna said: ‘Our weather has been so warm recently – and temperatures in the low to mid-20s are still a few degrees above average.’

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