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UK weather forecast – Britons will be engulfed in a 20 degree Celsius heatwave next week after temperatures plummet this weekend.


BRITS is set to bask in a 20C heatwave next week as lockdowns begin to subside across the UK.

But temperatures will first drop to 1 degree Celsius in parts of the UK this weekend as a cold spell sweeps across the country on Thursday night.

“Feel colder on Fridays with showers and possible hail and thunder,” a Met Office spokesperson said.

“More showers on Saturdays with dense clouds afterward. More clouds on Sundays and light rain.”

From next Monday, households banned from meeting will once again be allowed in and out of the backyard and the order to stay at home will be withdrawn.

And the Met Office said distressed Britons will celebrate it when it begins Long warm weather.

The Sun light is expected to continue well in April – during the reopening of hair salons, non-essential retail stores and boozers.

It happens when top bookmaker Coral has reduced the odds to 1-2 (from 5-4) this Easter is the hottest record in the UK.

The company thinks April-May will end as the hottest April since records started, while 4-9, 2021, is the hottest year ever.

“With temperatures set to rise early next month, the odds on record hot Easter weekend will melt faster than Easter eggs in the sun,” said Coral’s John Hill.

“Not only can we look forward to a stuffy Easter, but April looks to be a glorious month this year,” added Hill.

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  • WAIT FOR SUN

    Meteogroup UK said the weekend will be very dry with bright weather.

    Forecasts for the service said: “Saturday will be mostly dry with mornings.

    “However, there will also be more clouds around, leading to the threat of a few drizzly spots.

    “Sundays will be cloudy with the most frequent rains or drizzles in the northern and western regions. Sometimes it’s brighter.”

  • WHAT FORECAST FOR TODAY?

  • ODDS CUTTING IN UK’S HOTTEST SUMMER THIS YEAR

    The Coral house offers a 2-1 chance (cut from 3-1) that the UK enjoys the warmest summer this year.

    Temperatures are forecast to rise around Easter and are expected to be high for some hot weather during the summer months.

    The corals went on August 11 when the UK’s hottest ever temperature was recorded at any point in 2021.

    “We have been off winter now and are looking forward to some mild April weather leaving us wondering what are the chances of a scorching summer. We think it’s fine and really on the cards and ‘s 2-1 this year’ s guide Harry Aitkenhead said of Coral.

  • MET OFFICE – MORNING FORECAST THURSDAY

  • THUNDERSTORMS AND HAIL WILL BE ADDED TO YOUR DIVISIONS, WARNS MET OFFICE

    The Met Office has warned that thunderstorms and hail could hit areas of the UK later this week.

    A Met Office spokesperson said: “Feel colder on Fridays with showers and possible hail and thunderstorm.

    “More showers on Saturdays with dense clouds followed.

    “Cloudy on Sunday and light rain.”

  • TOMORROW FORECAST

    A dry evening of late mornings and daytime showers will most likely be less and more patchy.

    Overnight, thick cloud cover will accumulate from the West, bringing about flares mainly light rain and drizzle rain.

    Still cloudy before dawn with winter showers spreading to western Scotland.

  • SUMMER MAY BE HALF IN OUR LIFE BY CLIMATE CHANGE, NATURE RESEARCH

    Summers in places like the UK and North America can last for half a year by the end of this century due to climate change.

    Without efforts to slow global warming, scientists warn, longer summers will become the “new normal” north of the Equator.

    According to a study from researchers in China, the change is likely to have far-reaching effects on human health, the environment, and agriculture.

    During the 1950s in the Northern Hemisphere, four seasons came in a predictable and fairly uniform pattern, but climate change is currently leading to drastic and irregular changes.

    These changes have changed the length and the start date of the seasons, which could become more extreme in the future, the researchers said.

  • THURSDAY TO SATURDAY OUTLOOK

    Thursday, it’s cloudy, rainy in some places. Much colder on Fridays with frequent showers, winters in the northwest.

    Saturdays in the north have showers, other places are good with sun spells and are less cold.

  • TONIGHT OUTLOOK

  • WEATHER WARNING FORECAST

    Good news – no weather alerts apply for the rest of the week.

  • LONG-TERM FIGHTING LINE

    “It has been a long, bleak winter in captivity, with a mixture of all kinds of weather,” said forecasters Simon Partridge cheerfully.

    “But when the country takes the next step on a roadmap we’re in for a long, sunny time.

    “Everyone will be able to meet other families in the back garden and, dare I say, enjoy a barbecue.”

    “The temperature will be above average at this time of year and that means everyone will be able to enjoy their time outdoors,” he added.

    “It’s a long slogan but we have a lot to look forward to.”

  • THE TEMPERATURE IS EXPECTED FOR YOUR MOTHER TO ROSE AS LOW AS 2C TONIGHT

    Temperatures across the UK are forecast to drop tonight with as low as 2 degrees C seen in northern Scotland.

    For the rest of the UK, overnight temperatures will be between 3 ° C and 7 ° C.

  • LIVING A COAST

    Magdee rescue dog playing on a beach on the beach in Margate, Kent.

    Credit: PA
  • SUNSHINE AS LOCKDOWN IS SET TO START

    The UK will see much milder temperatures in the coming days as Boris Johnson prepares for the next step of unlocking the UK on March 29.

    Across the country, people are making the most of the warmth.

    Earlier this week, people in Battersea Park, London, enjoyed the spring weather under the blooming trees.

    On the beachfront in Bournemouth, Brits makes the most of the sun and walks along the sea while following Covid’s rules.

    And in Leeds, members of the public spent the day in the sun at Hyde Park.

  • FORECAST OF TOMORROW

    A new day begins to be bright and dry with early sunshine.

    It will continue to be bright with showers of sunshine and showers, which are most frequent in the north and west and may be local heavy rain.

    Showers will combine into longer rains across Scotland and Northern Ireland.

    A windier day.

  • TONIGHT FORECAST

    The Met office said there will be heavy and heavy showers in the north, possibly with hail and thunderstorms.

    It will be drier in the south and east with some clear skies.

  • MINI SCORE SCORE ON THE ROAD

    Brits are set up for a small 20C incinerator that is set to last nine days.

    Warm weather will come just in time for a return of the ‘rule six’ and outdoor encounters as lockdown restrictions increase.

    Saturday will herald the start of nine great days in mild weather – no rain in some areas.

    The south and southeastern England will enjoy the best of the heat waves, always dry and mild.

    You can find the latest weather forecast here.

    Credit: Alamy
  • Walk by the sea

    People enjoy walking on a beachfront beach in Margate, Kent.

    The British in the southeastern England have mild sunlight today, but mostly cloudy and light rain.

    Credit: PA
  • SPRING WAS COMING

    People pose for selfies under cherry blossoms in Battersea Park, London.

    Credit: PA
  • Heavy Rain In SCOTLAND

    The Met’s office warned that heavy rains were moving across regions of Scotland this afternoon.

  • LONG-TERM WEATHER FORECAST

    Here’s the forecast for Met Office from March 29 to April 7.

    “The rains can be persistent and heavy early next week, especially on some of the hills in the west. Drier in the south and sometimes very mild early next week,” forecasts said.

    “There are signals that high pressures will form in the west of the UK over the weekend, allowing colder air to spread southward carrying a combination of sunshine and rain, with these mostly in the north and east and shifting east on the hills, these regions are cooler, display conditions may persist in midweek.

    “Temperatures can start to be quite warm or warm for areas in the south and southeast, but are likely to return on a large scale, or lower than average over the weekend.”

  • WHY IS THE BBC WEATHER APP STOPPED?

    The BBC Weather app was shut down for thousands of users on Tuesday.

    Android users say the app frequently crashes on popular apps like Gmail, Yahoo Mail and Google browser, with the problem particularly affecting owners of Samsung Galaxy smartphones.

    While Beeb did not identify any specific issues with its platform, it looks like the problem lies with Google.

    The tech giant has discovered a problem with the phone caused by Android System WebView.

    The Google fix will solve the problems some people have had – all they need to do is update the web view to the latest version 89.0.4389.105 and use Google Chrome.

  • SNAP REFRIGERATION

    The Met’s office has warned that there will be a prolonged cold spell on Friday, with some winter showers.

    But it won’t last as the Atlantic temperate air will return over the weekend, bringing with it some wet and windy weather.

  • DONG HANH – FURTHER EXPECTED WEATHER

    Temperatures will continue to change quite a bit next week, BBC Weather said.

    “In the last few days of March and early April, including the Easter bank weekend, the pattern of volatility is expected to continue.

    “This is due to the high pressures that form in our southwest near the Azores and in the east from Turkey into Russia,” added its forecasters.

    “It will likely continue to be wet and windy as the weather fronts sweep in from the west or northwest.”

  • NORMAL WEEKLY WEATHER

    From Friday, March 26, and by the end of the week, it “will likely turn to a slightly bigger hurricane as a low-pressure hub moves closer to the country from Iceland,” BBC Weather warned.

    Its forecasters added: “This will bring in some stronger winds and scattered showers with a few larger rains.

    “Most likely there are showers in Scotland and the northern regions of England.

    “Some of the colder air will come from the northwest.”



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