Weather for summer 2017 in UK?


Title: Weather for summer 2017 in UK?
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Weather for summer 2017 in UK

 

Speaking of summer, we mean the end of June, July, August, and beginning of September. Certainly everyone hopes that summer weather will be good, it will be little rainy days and temperatures will be high. Let's see the weather forecast for summer 2017 in UK.

 

The end of June will bring the temperature of 21 to 26 degrees Celsius. Hot weather will come in July. The first half of the month promises to be with temperatures of up to 29 degrees Celsius, but the warmest will be the end of July, when the temperature will reach even 31 degrees. August promises to be a bit cooler, but still very warm. In the first half of the month the temperature will be from 23 to 30 degrees of heat in the second half of August it will be from 21 to 26 degrees. It promises to be the warmest end of July and beginning of August. 

 

In July and August a lot of rainy days will appear, but despite this the temperature will be high. The best plan vacation is after 20th of July or the first week of August, when throughout the country it will be very clear, hot and no rain

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