After enjoying a sun-soaked weekend, many people will now be wondering if the warm weather is set to stick around.
According to Met Office forecasters, the county is in store for a week of good weather – including plenty of sun – with today set to sizzle with highs of 29C.
For those wanting some refuge from the sun, there will also be cloudy spells throughout the week with temperatures cooling on Wednesday and Thursday, before rising ahead of next weekend.
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Today will see the heatwave at its peak but aside from possible showers on Tuesday morning, the county will enjoy a lengthy spell of dry and sunny weather.
Here is the temperatures this week for parts of Cheshire:
- Monday: High 29C, low 19C
- Tuesday: High 24C, low 13C
- Wednesday: High 19C, low 11C
- Thursday: High 19C, low 11C
- Friday: 22C, low 13C
Met Office Deputy Chief Meteorologist, David Oliver, said over the weekend: “The warm weather over much of England and Wales could last for much of next week. In the short term, many can expect temperatures in the mid to high 20s Celsius over the weekend, and then in the low 30s Celsius during the start of next week.
“Much of next week will remain warm for the time of year as well as dry and sunny for many areas.”
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