Whether you love it or hate it the current heatwave remains stubbornly with us with another couple of days of 30+ temperatures forecast for Colnbrook and neighbouring areas. Air pollution forecasting network airText has issued a further warning for at-risk individuals to take precautions. By Wednesday fresher maritime air should clear the air, giving way to possible showers and unsettled weather later in the week.
A level 2 heatwave warning has been issued by the Met Office for the whole of Sunday and Monday morning; meaning daytime and night time temperatures will be high. For Colnbrook, temperatures today are expected to reach 28°C (82°F), tomorrow 28° (84°F), and Monday could exceed 30° (86°F).
It’s official – Colnbrook along with the rest of the South East is currently experiencing heatwave conditions and residents are being warned to follow public health advice.
Met Office forecasts indicate that Slough will experience heatwave conditions over the next few days, prompting the Council to issue warnings to vulnerable residents.