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Latest UK weather – Enjoy the sun in 15 degree Celsius today after shedding a frosty start


BRITS is set to absorb 15 degrees Celsius of sunshine today after starting to get cold in the morning.

Thursdays will start to be cold and icy but will quickly warm up with the blue skies and strong April sun.

UK regions are forecasted at the beginning of the morning, the afternoon temperature will reach a warm 15C.

Meanwhile, forecasts say this summer could be the hottest season in a decade as a 32C blast will hit the country within weeks.

La Nina, a climate type, will play an important role in spikes during warm weather.

Jim Dale, meteorologist at the UK Weather Service, said: “There will definitely be some temperature spike as we enter the summer when I expect to see the temperature as high as 20 °. C or even as low as 30 ° C.

“This is largely because the equilibrium effect, after a period of colder weather in the past few months, dominated by the air flow in the north, will return and come from a more southeast direction.

“This will make the weather hotter as we go through late spring and into summer.

“This summer can be up there with warmer ones from ten years ago, it’s more likely that one of the warmer ones will be cooler.”

Read all the latest weather news and updates in our live blog below …

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  • SUNRISE THIS MORNING

    Wild swimmers enjoyed this morning’s sunrise behind North Berwick Law on Portobello Beach in Edinburgh.

    Credit: Euan Cherry
    Credit: Euan Cherry
  • FORECAST – THIS MAX AND MINIMUM

    The clouds that were left during the day will thin and disperse this evening, leaving a dry night with the almost clear sky.

    It will quickly get cold tonight and then a colder night than last night with widespread frost on the ground.

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    Credit: Reuters
    Credit: Reuters
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  • ACCEPT OF WAR

    The bank’s May weekend is set to be a scorch with temperatures rising to 25 ° C at the end of the month.

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  • HANH PHUC MORNING FORECAST

    Morning mist and any low clouds across the eastern regions of England will soon rise and clear up.

    Then it will be a fine day as it will be dry with plenty of sunlight. Patchy clouds covered northern and western Scotland, accompanied by heavy showers that threatened the Northern Islands.

    A beautiful and sunny evening.

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    Tonight’s weather update from Met Office:

  • WEATHER APRIL

    The Met office explains why April is often rainy and windy:

    At this time of year in the UK, we are in the transition between long and cold winter months to warmer spring and summer.

    The jet stream starts to move north, which may offer warm signs at first, but also tends to make our weather more unstable due to the low-pressure system heading towards the UK. , and so we have rain, showers, and strong winds.

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  • FORECAST LONDON AND SOUTHEAST OF THE WEEK

    Thursday:

    Dry and fine with long suns and gentle breezes. Pleasant warmth inland, but cooler around coasts. Maximum temperature 14 ° C.

    Outlook from Friday to Sunday:

    Continue to dry with pleasant warm weather but sometimes more cloudy, especially near the coast, where cooler winds can be. The icy can still stay overnight when the sky is clear.

  • WEATHER CLOCK

    UK outlook for Friday and Saturday:

    Fridays will be dry and sunny with some patchy cloud cover all over northern Scotland, but there can be drizzle rain on the Northern Island.

    Saturdays will be dry and sunny most of the time, although patchy clouds will accumulate in the north and east areas. There can be isolated showers across northern Scotland.

  • HEAVY BATH ODD

    According to the Met Office, there is likely to be rain later today in parts of the UK.

  • WEEK

  • WARM WEATHER

    La Nina, a type of climate, will play a large part in the likelihood of a spike in warm weather.

    Jim Dale, meteorologist at the UK Weather Service, said: “There will definitely be some temperature spike as we enter the summer when I expect to see the temperature as high as 20 ° C or even as low as 30 ° C.

    “This is largely because the equilibrium effect, after a period of colder weather in the past few months, dominated by the air flow in the north, will return and come from a more southeast direction.

    “This will make the weather hotter as we go through late spring and into summer.

    “This summer can be up there with warmer ones from ten years ago, it’s more likely that one of the warmer ones will be cooler.”

  • CAN SEE ‘PLENTY OF SUNNY SPELLS’ SAYS MET OFFICE

    Met Office’s long-term forecast predicts warm weather in the first half of May.

    “Mixed, typical spring weather patterns are most likely to occur in the first half of May,” it said.

    “In general, good and dry weather is said to prevail, with good weather cloudy and sunny.”

    Light showers are set to interrupt the spring showers on Wednesday, but temperatures will remain above April average of 13 ° C.

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  • THERMAL THERMAL TEMPERATURE TO CONTINUE Possible

    Hotter average temperatures are forecast for the coming weeks and will continue well in May.

    Met Office’s long-term forecast predicts the first half of next month temperatures will warm.

    “Daytime temperatures will rise a bit in the next few days,” forecaster Marco Petagna said.

    While The Weather Outlook forecaster Brian Gaze said: “Computer models show a lot of dry weather, then warmer at the end of April and in May see 25C in the south.”



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