Manchester weather forecast: Yellow heat alert issued by Government as temperatures set to hit 26C

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Summer is set to truly arrive in Manchester this week, with temperatures upwards of 26C.

Bright sunshine will be on the agenda, making for a nice end to June. 

The rise in temperature has prompted the UK Health Security Agency to place a yellow heat warning in place for large parts of the UK. Greater Manchester is included within this, and the warning is set to remain until 5pm on Thursday June 27. 

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Temperatures will hit 26C today (June 24) and will remain in the mid-20s throughout the week. Conditions will cool towards the end of the week, but there is no rain on the horizon. 

A yellow heat warning means, according to the UKHSA, that “adverse weather is likely to affect vulnerable groups”. There is also always scope for the warning to be changed at any moment. 

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Met Office forecast June 24-28

June 24

Any early morning low cloud and mist will readily clear to leave a fine day with very warm spells of sunshine. Perhaps some cloud bubbling up into the afternoon. Pollen levels will be very high, with high UV levels too. Maximum temperature 24C.

It will be a warm and dry evening with some late sunshine on offer. Clear spells are likely overnight, although some low cloud and mist is likely to reform later. Minimum temperature 13C.

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June 25

Tuesday will be another mostly fine day with further spells of very warm sunshine developing after a grey start in places. However, thicker cloud may produce the odd shower later. Maximum temperature 25C.

Wednesday should continue largely dry with very warm sunshine. A small chance of a shower. Rain likely moving through from the west on Thursday, introducing fresher, showery weather for Friday.

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