UK heatwave

UK poised for heatwave with 30⁰C temperatures set to return

An 11-day heatwave is expected to scorch much of the country after Britons experienced the third hottest day on record on Friday 31 July.

The 37.8⁰C recorded at Heathrow Airport that day was the highest temperature of the year, with experts predicting that we could see similar readings on the mercury over the coming days.

Met Office officials have advised that the first part of the week will be mostly warm with unsettled spells of sunshine and scattered showers, before things really hot up from Thursday onwards.

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How to beat the heat this summer

We may not have eclipsed the intense heat of last summer just yet but that could all change if recent weather forecasts are anything to go by.

Meteorologists have suggested that temperatures are set for a substantial increase over the coming days, which could kick-start a three-month heatwave lasting until October!

The incoming hot weather has been attributed to a ‘continental heat dome’ which will dominate the UK, with London and the South East expected to see the highest mercury readings.

If temperatures reach the heights mentioned, there will be plenty of businesses throughout the country that could benefit from having a temporary air conditioning system in place.

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Retail store kept cool by Andrews Air Conditioning during UK heatwave

A well-known retailer was in search of an emergency cooling solution for their flagship store in Oldham following the arrival of some blisteringly hot weather. As a result, our air conditioning specialists were drafted in to recommend a suitable cooling solution to help reduce temperatures on site.

The client’s retail store was located in an old mill which was devoid of any openings, meaning the shop itself was poorly ventilated and prone to overheating during the summer. Following the completion of a site survey, our experts proposed a tailored air conditioning hire package comprising of two Cyclone DX evaporative coolers.

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Andrews Air Conditioning: going the extra mile for our customers

July’s soaring temperatures have prompted weather warnings to be issued across the entire country – and there’s no sign of things slowing down just yet.

In fact, experts have forecasted the imminent arrival of a scorching ‘heat dome’, which is set to keep Britain baking until the autumn season.

Temperatures are expected to reach 37°C before the end of the month – the highest ever recorded for this time of year – so it’s easy to see why the demand for air conditioning has increased beyond measure in recent days.

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