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UK weather LIVE – Temperatures soar to 19 degrees Celsius today as Britons enjoy a small heat wave on a free Monday weekend


TEMPERATURES will rise to 19 degrees Celsius today as Britons enjoy a small heat wave on their second free weekend.

Most England can expect a sunny and “significantly dry” day on Saturday.

This year has seen one of the driest April on record, with average UK rainfall less than a fifth so far.

April saw only 18% of the 70% decrease in normal precipitation.

Next weekend will be A LOT warmerHowever, with a heat wave on Bank Holiday driving temperatures as high as 32 degrees Celsius, forecasters have predicted.

And thanks to the La Nina climate modelThe UK is likely to experience a completely scorching summer with experts suggesting it could be the hottest summer in a decade with consistently high temperatures.

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

  • UK WEATHER FORECAST: WEEK WILL BE MORE ATTRACTIVE THAN THE BRIDGE WITH 15C TEMPERATURE

    UK weather forecast: Weekends will be hotter than CRETE at 15 degrees Celsius
  • FORECAST Sunday TO Wednesday

    Met Office: A dry Sunday with lots of sunshine, albeit a bit overcast in the east.

    Staying mostly in the south, but shifting to a more unstable place with rain and showers. Rotary cooling.

  • MET OFFICE: EXTERIOR TEMPERATURE TO REDUCE CHILLS AS -1C

    While these April days have seen temperatures soar, the evenings have remained the same and remained cold during an polar month.

    The Met office says night-to-Sunday temperatures can drop as cold as -1C in some parts of the UK, with other regions – especially southwestern England – having minimum warm temperatures A little more is 3C.

    It tweeted: “April 2021, the month of #frosts Another chilly night of the year, the temperature drops again. “

  • VET WARNING FOR LIVESTOCK EQUITY OWNERS DURING COMPETITION

    A warning was issued to food lovers today after the West Country veterinarians rescued six pet dogs bitten by drug addicts.

    The hot weather drew Britain’s only venomous snakes out of winter hibernation and they are basking in the sun.

    Penmellyn Vet Group in Cornwall said six pet dogs were admitted to their hospital in St Columb for the past five days after being bitten by drug addicts. They warn that a walk with a curious dog could end with vets.

    Hattie Algar, one of the nurses, advises, “Lead your dog, especially if you are walking in the sand dunes or pastures. Keep an eye on the ground and if you see any black and white snakes give them a very wide landing area. “

  • BRITS HIT AREAS AND COASTALS TO BECOME IN THE MINI 20C HEATING

    Residents flocked to parks and beaches to enjoy the 20 degree Celsius heat – but police have warned that they will bid farewell to the crowd.

    Today is predicted to be hotter than Corfu and forecasters say the May bank holiday could see mercury reach a stifling 32C.

    Mercury is expected to hit a 20C high at Porthmadog in North Wales on Saturday afternoon – down slightly from a 20.8C high recorded on Friday at the same location.

    Liverpool and Shropshire are forecast to have a temperature of 17 ° C, while mercury will fluctuate around 14 ° C along the east coast, before falling overnight.

  • YOU CAN BECOME IN A TEMPERATURE 31C THANKS LA NINA

    Some meteorologists said the UK could hit a two-week high of 31 degrees Celsius due to a weather pattern called La Nina – bringing back waves of optimism as Britons ease course restrictions. door.

    Met Office spokesperson Graheme Madge said this has come down and temperatures in early May seem uncertain – and it is too early to predict how hot it will be.

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

  • SUN OF APRIL

    April is famous for showers but this year, so far, it has been blessed with a lot of sunshine.

    The next week is also expected to be sunny with even higher temperatures.

    The Met Office tweeted: “April 2021 recorded 174.6 #sunshine (so far) hours across the UK, which is much higher than the average of 148.3 hours.”

  • FORECAST OF SUNDAY – WAR AND DREAM

    A nice, dry and bright day in the outlook.

    Rain and winds all over the south of the UK and most of the region are not quite as warm as Friday and Saturday, especially across England and Wales.

  • THE NORTH IRELAND CLOSED IT’S BEST WAR DAY WITH 18.1C RECOGNIZED IN THE ARMY

    Northern Ireland recorded the warmest day of the year with a whopping 18.1 degrees Celsius when the UK was engulfed in the April heat wave.

    BBC Weather tweeted: Northern Ireland has seen its warmest day of the year so far as mercury rose 18.1 degrees Celsius in Armagh this afternoon. “

    As of January 2015, the highest maximum temperature in Northern Ireland as measured in June and July 2018 was 20.1 degrees Celsius.

  • IN THE PICTURE: DRINKERS ENJOY THE SUN IN SOHO, LONDON

    People drink and eat in street outdoor eateries in Soho, LondonCredit: Reuters
  • MET OFFICE: HIGHER CHANCE OF THE NEXT WEEK OF RAIN AND REFRIGERATION

    The Met office tweeted: “High pressure will be replaced by low pressure from the north next week, not just showcasing the growing opportunity of #rain, but referral #cold even the air. “

  • FORECAST Sunday TO Wednesday

    Met Office: Dry with plenty of sun on Sunday, although a bit cloudy to the east.

    Staying mostly in the south, but shifting to a more unstable place with rain and showers. Rotary cooling.

  • ODDS CUTTING ON HOTTEST POSTING ON RECOGNITION IN UK

    Leading bookmaker Coral has reduced the odds next month as the hottest month on record to 6-4 (from 3-1) as forecasts suggest that temperatures will rise again in the first phase of next month.

    The company thinks 4-5 days for 2021 are the hottest summer of all time, while April 5 for the UK is the hottest banking holiday ever on Monday. next month.

    “With mercury set to bounce back next week, the outlook for a glorious May this year is rising all the time. We’ve reduced the odds for the month of becoming record breakers, ”said Coral’s John Hill.

    “That’s good news for those hoping for good weather over the bank holiday weekend because the odds suggest we could be set to record hot temperatures during the long weekend,” Hill added.

  • SEAFRONT ON SATURDAY

    The coast was packed as sunbaths flocked to the beach at the Bournemouth coastal resort in Dorset on a terribly hot day and clear blue skies.

    Credit: © Graham Hunt
    Credit: © Graham Hunt
  • BRITS HIT AREAS AND COASTALS TO BECOME IN THE MINI 20C HEATING

    Britons flocked to parks and beaches to enjoy the 20 degree Celsius heat – but police have warned that they will bid farewell to the crowd.

    Today was predicted to be hotter than Corfu and forecasters said the May bank holiday could see mercury reach a stifling 32C.

    Mercury is expected to hit a 20C high at Porthmadog in North Wales on Saturday afternoon – down slightly from a 20.8C high recorded on Friday at the same location.

    Liverpool and Shropshire are forecast to have a temperature of 17 ° C, while mercury will fluctuate around 14 ° C along the east coast, before falling overnight.

  • DETERMINATION WEATHER THANK YOU FOR THE HIGH PRESSURE

  • SUN OF APRIL

    April is famous for showers but this year, so far, it has been bestowed with sunshine.

    It is also expected to be sunny next week with even higher temperatures.

    The Met Office tweeted: “April 2021 has recorded 174.6 #sunshine (so far) hours across the UK, which is 148.3 hours higher than the average.”

  • FORECAST OF SUNDAY – WAR AND DREAM

    A nice, dry and bright day in the outlook.

    The air is cool across the south of the UK and most of the region isn’t quite as warm as Friday and Saturday, especially across England and Wales.

  • THE MOST HIGH POLLEN COUNTING IN UK TODAY

    With spring coming the weather is warmer but also more pollen.

    For Britons with hay fever, this can be quite annoying.

    To see if you are in an area with a lot of pollen, check out the chart below:

  • TONIGHT FORECAST

    The day ends well but quickly turns cold tonight.

    It was then a cold, dry night with a clear sky and a hint of frost on the ground.

  • EXPERIENCE SCOTLAND ON A QUARTERLY SLIDING STORE

    The avalanche service in Scotland ended the season with less than a quarter of snowboarding.

    Despite the largest amount of snow in winter in more than a decade, fewer people on the hills during a pandemic have caused much less fatal avalanches. In fact, provisional data shows there are 52 fewer fish than last winter.

    Due to travel restrictions, hikers and climbers are often limited to their local area. Ski centers have been closed for much of the season and lots of outdoor winter enthusiasts from the south of the border and abroad have gone missing.

    Scotland’s Full Avalanche Information Service (SAIS) ended its winter forecast with 189 recorded ski spots.

  • SAILING SATURDAY

    A lone Wing Boarder set sail in cool conditions at Winchelsea Beach in East Sussex.

    Credit: Alamy
    Credit: Alamy
  • ODDS CUTTING ON HOTTEST POSTING ON RECOGNITION IN UK

    Leading bookmaker Coral has reduced the odds next month as the hottest month on record to 6-4 (from 3-1) as forecasts suggest that temperatures will rise again in the first phase of next month.

    The company thinks 4-5 days for 2021 are the hottest summer of all time, while April 5 for the UK is the hottest banking holiday ever on Monday. next month.

    “With the mercury set to bounce back next week, the outlook for a brilliant May this year is growing,” said Coral’s John Hill.

    Hill added: “That’s good news for those hoping for good weather during the bank’s weekend holiday as the odds suggest we could be set to record hot temperatures throughout the long weekend. “.

  • NEXT WEEK FOR A REFERENCE

    Britons should be able to enjoy a bit of sunshine as next weekend will be a lot warmer, with a possible heatwave on a bank holiday sending temperatures as high as 32 ° C, forecasters have guess.

    According to experts, the weather is warm until the UK is set for the warmest summer “in ten years”.

    Met Office meteorologist Simon Partridge told The Sun: “It will be a very stable period with lots of sunshine – but still get cold overnight.

    “By May, the temperature will rise a bit, but the weather will start to change more after that.”

  • SUNNY BRITAIN MAY BE BETTER THAN CORFU TODAY

    England may be warmer than Corfu today as it is expected to be 19 degrees Celsius of sunshine.

    Today’s Met office said it would be “dry, sunny in most places” and “warm all over the west”.

    UK weather forecast: Weekends will be hotter than CRETE at 15 degrees Celsius



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