Scorching temperatures set to continue in Cheshire next week

Cheshire residents have been enjoying some glorious weather this week.

CheshireLive recently revealed that the county was in for a scorching hot weekend.

Well, thankfully, this beautiful weather is also set to continue into next week.

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The Met Office has forecast more glorious weather up until Thursday with temperatures of up to 26C.

Take a look below at the forecast for up until Thursday (July 22).

Chester:

  • Monday, July 19: Sunny, 22C
  • Tuesday, July 20: Sunny, 24C
  • Wednesday, July 21: 25C
  • Thursday, July 22: Sunny and cloudy, 25C

Crewe:

  • Monday, July 19: Sunny, 24C
  • Tuesday, July 20: Sunny and cloudy, 25C
  • Wednesday, July 21: Sunny and cloudy, 25C
  • Thursday, July 22: Cloudy, 25C

Ellesmere Port:

  • Monday, July 19: Sunny, 22C
  • Tuesday, July 20: Sunny, 24C
  • Wednesday, July 21: Sunny, 25C
  • Thursday, July 22: Sunny and cloudy, 26C

Halton:

  • Monday, July 19: Sunny, 23C
  • Tuesday, July 20: Sunny, 24C
  • Wednesday, July 21: Sunny and cloudy, 25C
  • Thursday, July 22: Cloudy, 25C

Macclesfield:

  • Monday, July 19: Sunny and cloudy, 24C
  • Tuesday, July 20: Sunny and cloudy, 24C
  • Wednesday, July 21: Sunny and cloudy, 25C
  • Thursday, July 22: Sunny and cloudy, 25C

Warrington:

  • Monday, July 19: Sunny and cloudy, 24C
  • Tuesday, July 20: Sunny, 25C
  • Wednesday, July 21: Sunny and cloudy, 26C
  • Thursday, July 22: Sunny and cloudy, 26C

Outlining the weather forecast for next week, a Met Office spokesperson said: “This period will continue to be influenced by an area of high pressure slowly moving across the UK.

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“The odd shower remains possible for Wednesday afternoon, but it will be largely dry with sunny spells; the best of these in the west, while cloudier and cooler conditions are expected for northern and eastern areas.

“Following this, it’s likely that we’ll see a change to more unsettled weather toward the weekend, with sunny spells and heavy, possibly thundery showers moving in from the south; northern areas are likely to see the driest conditions.

“Temperatures continue to be very warm at first, perhaps locally hot especially across parts of the west, before probably becoming somewhat cooler and fresher from the southwest later next week, heralding the change to the more unsettled spell.”

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