Brits are set to bask in glorious sunshine next week with temperatures expected to hit the low 20s by Thursday. Forecasters have predicted that we will be enjoying a bout of warmer weather from Monday onwards as a mini-heatwave hits the UK.
London and the south east will see some of the warmest weather thanks to an influx of warm air from the continent but even Glasgow will see temperatures hit 19C. The Met Office says temperatures will be at least 10C above the norm for April by the end of the week – meaning we can finally start to say goodbye to the wind and rain we’re all sick of.
Forecaster Craig Snell told Metro.co.uk: ‘Next week we see temperatures climb – Monday there is still some showery bits and pieces especially around Scotland but many people will be having a dry day.
‘Tuesday continues that warming feeling. We’re starting to see sunnier skies, with temperatures back up to 17-18.
‘After that high pressure builds from the continent – which means sunny skies right across England and Wales.
‘For a good chunk of the UK Wednesday and Thursday look quite sunny. We should start to see temperatures climb into the low 20s.
‘It’s going to be a lot warmer right across the board.’ Normally at this time of year Brits experience temperatures of around 13C so it’s going to be at least 10C hotter than usual.
In fact, European forecasters are predicting temperatures in the low 20s for Malaga, Rome and Athens next week. While today is expected to be one of the warmest days, tomorrow will be a bit wetter as an Atlantic weather front brings rain to the UK, especially in Northern Ireland and Scotland. But this won’t last long – meaning we can all go out and enjoy the sun.
Source: Metro UK
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