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UK weather forecast LIVE – Met Office predicts fired bricks at 29 degrees Celsius within weeks

Brits look to have burned through 29 degrees Celsius in what could be one of the hottest springs on record.

Tropical breezes from Spain Today is likely to bring a taste of things to come.

In its three-month outlook for councils and businesses, the Met Office said: “The chances of a warm spring are much higher than usual.”

Bookmakers cut the odds on the hottest April day on record to 4/5.

Coral’s Harry Aitkenhead said: “The odds say we’ll roast.”

The Met Office, which considers spring to be the months of March, April and May, says 24C (75F) is expected over the course of several weeks, with 29C (84F) coming later in the season.

The news comes as Britons will plunge into ‘early summer’ temperatures next week due to the Arctic heatwave.

The Met Office says that London in particular will see clear skies and peak temperatures around 17°C on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.

Read our live weather blog for the latest news and forecasts…

  • Dry night ahead

    It will be a dry night, mostly clear skies. There will be some patchy clouds in the evening over parts of northern England, with clouds also covering Scotland in the early hours of the morning.

    Widespread fog will develop, particularly over parts of Scotland and England. Gentle winter south wind

    Tuesday will be mostly dry with prolonged spells of sunshine and a risk of showers, especially in the evening, in parts of northern England.

    After a foggy start to Wednesday, it will be another mostly dry, pleasant day with periods of sunshine for everyone. Light southeast wind.

  • It’s starting to get foggy

    Monday, though is expected to have a foggy start, according to Meteogroup.

    During the day, it will be mostly dry with patchy clouds and some bright sun in England, Wales and Scotland.

    However, there is a risk of light morning showers for west Wales and Northern Ireland.

    Northern Ireland will be cloudy. Light to moderate south to south easterly winds.

  • Outlook from Wednesday to Thursday

    Still good and dry with a few warm but chilly nights.

    Scattered in the far north with light rains. Cloudy and foggy areas near the east coast.

  • UK forecast for today

    According to the Met Office, today’s UK forecast is set to be a mostly dry and sunny day for many.

    The Met Office said: “Plots of fog in the east clear, then mostly dry with spells of sunshine, though more cloudy recently, with a few light showers possible. ”

    “Warmer on Sunday with lighter winds.

    “Predominantly dry with variable clouds and clear spells, although there is still a risk of light showers from thicker patches of cloud moving northward.

    “Frost is more limited in the north.”

  • In the photo: People enjoying the sun on the hottest day of the year

    Saturday was recorded as the hottest day of the year so far.

    Mercury peaks at 20 degrees Celsius as Britain basks in the sun – and only much more.

    Forecasters suggest it could hit teenagers over the weekend, before breaking past 20C again on Wednesday.

    Over the weekend, 20.2 degrees Celsius was recorded in Kinlochewe, northwest Scotland, making it the warmest day of 2022 so far.

  • ‘Outstanding weather’ to be achieved in April

    Weather experts have stated that there is a possibility of a heatwave in April.

    Weather expert Jim Dale told the Express: “I think the hot weather could come pretty early until April perhaps. I know March is the start of spring but I think we’ll probably hit April before we start seeing this kind of extreme temperatures. ”

    He also added: “In the longer term, given what is happening globally in terms of temperatures in the Southern Hemisphere and what is also happening in the United States, I wouldn’t be surprised if we start to see a great number of highlights – in which direction goes, whether cold or hot”.

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  • Temperatures are set to rise to 20 degrees Celsius next week

    TEMPERATURES will rise to its highest level next week after yesterday’s hottest day of the year so far.

    Mercury peaks at 20 degrees Celsius as Britain basks in the sun – and only much more.

    After a brief dip today and tomorrow, when it “feels cooler and fresher,” the weather will return to near-heatwave status on Tuesday.

    Forecasters suggest it could hit teenagers over the weekend, before breaking past 20C again on Wednesday.

    It will be warmest in southern England and northern Scotland, but most areas will enjoy cloudless skies and beautiful sunshine.

  • Warmth will build up next week

    BBC Weather’s Louise Lear said: “It’s been a great weekend so far, with all four countries recording the warmest day of the year so far.

    “As we go through the next few days, it looks like warmth is set to build.

    “The highest is between 15C and 16C on Monday, but as we move into Tuesday, warmer air continues to push up from the west of Europe and it will get significantly warmer each day.

    “Dry, stable and sunny, with temperatures possibly peaking in mid to high teens in many places.

    “That story will continue over the next week, and we could see temperatures return to 20C – higher than they should be at this time of year.”

    Met Office meteorologist Dan Stroud added: “High pressure continues to dominate the new business week with relative cloudiness and rising temperatures throughout the week.”

  • UK weather forecast for Tuesday and Wednesday

    Tuesday should be fine as it will be dry with extended periods of sunshine, however there is a chance of some showers in the afternoon and evening.

    Conditions are similar on Wednesday as it will be dry with lots of sun but also a chance of some showers later in the day.

  • Warm weather threatens ‘pollen apocalypse’

    Pollen counts are forecast to soar in the coming days as temperatures soar to 21°C.

    Tropical warmth after wet weather prompts plants to fill the air with allergens a few weeks earlier than usual.

    Experts warn hay fever sufferers to keep tissues and sprays handy as eyes and noses start to bleed this week.

    “The main culprit is pollen,” says airborne allergen expert Max Wiseberg.

    “Warm weather will help bloom all the buds and flowers on the tree, and this will produce a lot of pollen.

    “Pollen levels may increase over the next few days as more and more plants begin to flower.”

    People with hay fever should be ready for a ‘pollen attack’, he warned.

    He added: “It is important to be prepared for the upcoming pollen onslaught.

    “One of the best ways to do this is to create your own hay fever first aid kit, following the rules carefully.

    “We are expecting an imminent pollen apocalypse.”

  • Long-range forecast for April

    And long-range forecasts predict mild weather to last into April.

    Weather expert Jim Dale told the Express: “I think the hot weather could come pretty early until April perhaps.

    “I know March is the start of spring but I think we’ll probably hit April before we start to see extreme temperatures.

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

    For the first two weeks of April, the Met Office said the weather “could become more changeable this time around with episodes of drier weather”.

    But next month is expected to be warmer as the country slowly transitions into summer.

  • Odds on the hottest April

    The UK has so far sunk in its hottest day of the year, with temperatures reaching 20°C.

    Top bookie Coral offers 4-5 odds that next month will be the warmest April since records began.

    “Temperatures are rising and with spring starting now, hopes are high for a scorching April. So let’s make it potentially into the record books as the UK’s hottest film ever,” said Coral’s Harry Aitkenhead.

  • Temperatures will ‘increase significantly’ next week

    BRITS will be more sunny next week as temperatures are set to ‘increase significantly’

    The Met Office says that London in particular will see clear skies and peak temperatures around 17°C on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.

    BBC forecaster Chris Fawkes said the weather “will be a lot warmer” next week.

    “As the southerly winds continue to push north through Tuesday and Wednesday, that temperature will increase dramatically,” he said.

    “Tuesday – a nice day with some sunshine – there will be some isolated showers in the afternoon but most of you will have a dry day.

    “Temperatures will hit highs of 19°C in London, 15°C in Glasgow and 14°C in Belfast.

    “The weather is fine with long spells of Spring sunshine, which for many of us will last through most of the weekend, with temperatures staying warm throughout the year.”

  • ‘Outstanding weather’ to be achieved in April

    Weather experts have stated that there is a possibility of a heatwave in April.

    Weather expert Jim Dale told the Express: “I think the hot weather could come pretty early until April perhaps. I know March is the start of spring but I think we’ll probably hit April before we start to see extreme temperatures. ”

    He also added: “In the longer term, given what is happening globally in terms of temperatures in the Southern Hemisphere and what is also happening in the United States, I wouldn’t be surprised if we start to see a great number of highlights – in which direction goes, whether cold or hot”.

  • Met Office for April Weather

    Met Office meteorologists admit that, moving into April, “temperatures could be above average”.

    According to the local Met Office, it will also “feel warm”.

    Looking ahead from April 2, however, the Met Office seems uncertain about whether there will be a heatwave. “Longer and more consistent rainfall events are still possible but are likely to be short-lived,” the agency predicts. Temperatures are most likely near average, or can be a bit lower at times. “

  • Outlook for next week

    According to BBC Weather, temperatures will be around 14C on Monday, before we’re surprised by a real heatwave again.

    Tuesday is set to hit 18°C ​​- one of the hottest days of the year so far.

    However, this will be highest on Wednesday, with temperatures predicted to be around 20 °C.
    Clear skies and no wind will make you feel like you’re on vacation in Tenerife!

    This midweek scorching was also followed by a nearly identical 19C day on Thursday, before next weekend sees the mercury hover between 16C and 17C over three days.

    Then, by Monday, March 28, the weather will return to around 15°C – a more cloudy March than we’re used to.

  • Today’s weather

    All morning dew and fog will soon clear.

    Thereafter it is largely dry for the day with extended periods of sunshine although there will be areas of cloud across Northern Ireland, Wales, parts of southern and central England and eastern Scotland bringing with it drizzle but will be broken during the day.

  • Outlook for next week

    According to BBC Weather, temperatures will be around 14C on Monday, before we’re surprised by a real heatwave again.

    Tuesday is set to hit 18C – one of the hottest days of the year so far.

    However, this will be highest on Wednesday, with temperatures predicted to be around 20 °C.
    Clear skies and no wind will make you feel like you’re on vacation in Tenerife!

    This midweek scorching was also followed by a nearly identical 19C day on Thursday, before next weekend sees the mercury hover between 16C and 17C over three days.

    Then, by Monday, March 28, the weather will return to around 15°C – a cloudy March we’re used to.

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