31st May 1944 was another very warm day over much of the UK and Ireland. Temperatures reach 87F at Croydon with 70 to 80F widely reported elsewhere.
A trough to the west of Ireland pushed slowly east, triggering thundery showers in SWEngland & Wales. A huge 60mm of rain fell at
Heat will build over the southeast this weekend with highs reaching 25C in East England, London and the Southeast on Saturday. Highs of 27C are possible in northern parts of East Anglia and around London on Sunday.
2. It will be cooler in the north and west where high temperatures
Another day of severe weather was forecast for the southern US, the Midwest and the northeast on 29th May with an enhanced risk highlighted for an area containing approximately 50 million people. The enhance risk area includes New York City, Philadelphia, Dallas-Fort Worth and Baltimore.
This follows on from two days