Posted: Wed 21st Jul 2021

Heatwave set to come to an end with a Met Office warning in place for heavy rain over the weekend for people living in or visiting the wrexham area
This article is old - Published: Wednesday, Jul 21st, 2021

The heatwave conditions are set to come to an end this weekend with heavy rain expected and a Met Office yellow weather warning in place.

Over the last six days Wrexham has experienced hot and sunny conditions as temperatures have soared to 29C.

However that looks set to come to an end this weekend with a yellow weather warning in place across parts of England and Wales – including Wrexham – from early on Saturday to midnight on Sunday.

The Met Office warn that heavy thundery showers are expected to break out over the course of the weekend, especially on Sunday when these “could be widespread and torrential in places.” In some places up to 100mm of rain could fall

Temperatures are also set to drop to a somewhat cooler 20C.

Met Office Deputy Chief Operational Meteorologist David Oliver said: “This yellow rain warning comes as temperatures are set to dip for many areas over the weekend. A spell of rain, heavy in places perhaps with some thunder, moves in from the southwest late on Friday and into Saturday.

“This is followed up by an unsettled weekend for much of England and Wales with showers breaking out widely. Some very heavy showers or thunderstorms are on the cards, especially during Sunday. However, farther north it is set to stay mainly dry with some fine weather, although it will not be as hot as has been seen recently.”

The unsettled conditions are set to continue for much of the UK into next week, with showers or longer spells of rain set to affect many areas, although still with some drier, sunnier spells.

Spotted something? Got a story? Send a Facebook Message | A direct message on Twitter | Email


“No weapons recovered” during weekend of stop and search in the town centre


Motorists exceeding 50mph speed limit introduced on A483 to reduce pollution levels “could receive a letter or a fine through their door”


Welsh Government confirms international travel changes and calls for PCR test retention


Group of cyclists on track to raise £15k for local music studio for disadvantaged children


Councillors set for update on what will replace the Contact Centre on Lord Street when it closes later this year


Future of library van service up for debate – as council assures public ‘will still receive a comprehensive service’