UK weather: Brits are expecting more sunshine next week as temperatures ‘significantly rise’.

Britain experienced its warmest day of the year so far on Saturday and forecasters say it will be “windier and colder” today, but temperatures are set to rise again next week

The UK experienced its warmest day of the year so far on Saturday, when temperatures in northern Scotland peaked at 20C
The UK experienced its warmest day of the year so far on Saturday, when temperatures in northern Scotland peaked at 20C

People across the country can expect clear skies and bright sunshine next week as temperatures are set to rise.

Britain experienced its hottest day of the year so far on Saturday, when temperatures peaked at 20C in the northern Scottish village of Kinlochewe.

The Met Office said it will be “windier and colder” today, with cloudy conditions in parts of the South West, but mercury levels are set to rise again next week.

According to forecasters, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday will be clear skies and maximum temperatures of around 17°C in London.

BBC forecaster Chris Fawkes said the weather will be “much, much warmer” next week.






London will see clear skies and maximum temperatures of around 17C on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday this week

“As the southerly winds continue to push north through Tuesday and Wednesday, those temperatures will rise significantly,” he said.

“Tuesday – a fine day with some sunshine – a few scattered showers may develop as the afternoon progresses but most of you will have a dry day.

“Temperatures will peak at 19°C in London, 15°C in Glasgow and 14°C in Belfast.







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“The fine weather with prolonged spring sunshine will last for much of the weekend for many of us, with temperatures on the warm side for the time of year.”

Met Office meteorologist Dan Stroud said Sunday will be cooler in southern England, with highs of around 12C.

He added: “High pressure continues to dominate the new working week, with quite a bit of cloud and temperature increases throughout the week.”

It comes after weather forecaster Jim Dale told the Express that temperatures are expected to hit 28C next month – the Met Office’s threshold for a heatwave.

“I wouldn’t be surprised to see 26C, 27C, 28C in mid-April,” he said.

“Longer term, given what’s happening globally in terms of temperature profiles in the southern hemisphere and also in the United States, I wouldn’t be surprised if we started seeing some big highlights — no matter which direction, either cold or hot .”







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Five Day Forecast

Sunday:

Most parts dry with good sunrays. Partly cloudier over East Anglia and the far south east of England where some showers are possible. Airy and colder than today.

Monday to Wednesday:

A few scattered showers, otherwise mostly fine and dry with lots of sunshine after some early morning fog. A cold, frosty start on Monday before warming up.

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