The UK is set for mild conditions rising to 18C on Friday thanks to a high-pressure system moving in from the mainland after a cold Thursday where freezing is expected – 4C
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Britons are facing a start of freezing until Thursday, where temperatures could drop to -4C before the mercury rises and it could hit a mellow 18C before a hot weekend.
A massive high-pressure system will send temperatures soaring on Friday but before that people could wake up to a frosty start to Thursday.
The weather for the rest of March is still changeable with the UK having its highest temperature of the year ever with temperatures hitting 18C on Friday but after that there is a dreary outlook. worry for next week.
Moving into Thursday, BBC Weather says it could drop to -4C in Scotland and it will be cold with wind and rain for days in the north while further south will see warmer weather and sunshine.
Met Office forecaster Clare Nasir said: “For the Western Isles and Northern Ireland, clouds will be dense here with some heavy rain lasting through the early morning hours and strong winds.
“In other places, frost has been fairly widespread leading to a chilly start to Thursday morning but for many it will be bright with some sun. That’s not the case across western Scotland, you know. could see some heavy rain, snow above 600m or 700m. That rain extends down into Northern Ireland.”
Ms Nasir said it could be “very warm” over the weekend.
“Temperatures will pick up in the next few days, you can see here most places will be fine and dry with a little bit of sunshine,” she continued.
“By the end of the week, the high pressure to reach across Denmark will allow for stable conditions to persist right across the UK, but certainly some stronger winds on Saturday, gusts in the hills and moors as well as mountains but with southeasterly winds it will feel very warm through some parts especially I would say Moray Firth where we can see an 18C.
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“Overall the weekend looks fine and dry, much warmer with some sunshine.”
The Met Office says the hottest day so far in 2022 is 17.2 degrees Celsius in Pershore, Worcestershire.
And forecaster Dan Stroud agrees it could get warmer than that in the coming days.
“We are likely to see some very pleasant spring sunshine, particularly over London and the south-east, throughout Saturday,” he said. Sun.
“We’re looking at temperatures up to 16, 17, and perhaps even a well-rounded 18C.”
UK forecast for the next 5 days
Mostly dry in the south and east, unstable elsewhere.
Many people are sunny, especially in the south and east with the south of England having the best sunshine. Also some heavy rain over parts of Scotland, Northern Ireland, northwest England and later Wales. Windy north.
Cloudy over parts of England and Wales, with patches of fog forming over parts of Wales and the Midlands in particular thereafter. Further north with some showers and frost.
A chilly start to the day with patches of early fog across England and Wales will soon clear leaving a beautiful day with plenty of pleasantly warm sunshine for most people. Turning stronger winds in the north
Outlook from Saturday to Monday:
Mostly settled, dry and sunny, with some morning dew and patches of fog/fog but warm during the day. Showers and areas of rain moved erratically north on Sunday and Monday, bringing temperatures down somewhat.
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