UK weather forecast – Brace yourself for 25C summer temperatures that 'feel like Spain' after spring thunderstorms leave

WHILE the UK may be experiencing rain and thunderstorms right now, the good news is a beautiful summer is being forecast.

The experts at Accuweather predict parts of the UK will enjoy20C and above temperatures throughout the whole of July.

And there is two weeks in particular that has been singled out in which Londoners in particular may feel like the capital is somewhere in Spain.

From Monday July 19, long range weather experts are predicting temperatures of 24C with no rain, followed by a solid week of 25C the following week.

 

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    SUNSHINE AND SHOWERS TO START THE WEEK

    Monday will see a mixture of sunshine and showers, to get the working week underway.

    The Met Office said in a Twitter message: "A mix of pleasantly warm #sunshine and showers to start the new week."

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    FORECAST FOR THE WEEK AHEAD

    Monday: A mix of sunny spells and scattered showers; max 17C.

    Tuesday: A dry start, before showers appear; max 18C.

    Wednesday: More showers, with a max of 18C

    Thursday: Sunny first thing in the morning, but showers develop later in the day – max 18C

    Friday: Max of 19C. The south sees more showers, but it’ll be drier by comparison in Scotland.

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    WEATHER UNTIL FRIDAY MAY 14

    The weather until Friday May 14 is predicted to be “unsettled and on the cool side”, says Netweather TV.

    It adds that it should, however, be “milder in the east and south”.

    From Monday it’ll also be “wet at times, then probably turning finer and warmer by day towards mid-month.

    “Further chilly nights, with slight frost are possible. So gardeners beware.”

    It will be wetter and cooler than normal but the weather will “improve later”.

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    LOW PRESSURE TO DOMINATE NEXT WEEK

    The UK's weather will be dominated by low pressure next week, bringing with it some showery weather.

    But Brits can expect some sunshine too.

    In the latest message from the Met Office, it said: "Low pressure dominates our weather in the week ahead bringing widespread showers, but there will be some sunshine too."

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    WARMEST DAY SINCE MARCH 31

    Yesterday was the warmest day since March 31.

    The Met Office confirmed the news in a Twitter message, saying: "It's been the warmest day since 31 March as temperatures climbed into the low 20s in the southeast this afternoon."

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    'CRAZY SPRING'

    It's been a "crazy spring so far," reports Netweather TV.

    The website adds in its overview of the season's weather so far: "At last we have much needed rain for the farmers and growers, in a crazy spring so far.

    "We have seen record high temperatures in March, followed by the coldest April over central England for 32 years.

    "It was also provisionally the driest, most frosty April since 1938 in some localities, due to frequent 'spring northerlies'.

    "These can persist on and off until around 20th May, before a re-organisation of the pressure systems brings a change to warmer weather."

  • John Hall

    FORECAST FOR THE WEEK AHEAD

    Monday: A mix of sunny spells and scattered showers; max 17C.

    Tuesday: A dry start, before showers appear; max 18C.

    Wednesday: More showers, with a max of 18C

    Thursday: Sunny first thing in the morning, but showers develop later in the day – max 18C

    Friday: Max of 19C. The south sees more showers, but it'll be drier by comparison in Scotland.

  • John Hall

    WEATHER UNTIL FRIDAY MAY 14

    The weather until Friday May 14 is predicted to be "unsettled and on the cool side", says Netweather TV.

    It adds that it should, however, be "milder in the east and south".

    From Monday it'll also be "wet at times, then probably turning finer and warmer by day towards mid-month.

    "Further chilly nights, with slight frost are possible. So gardeners beware."

    It will be wetter and cooler than normal but the weather will "improve later".

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    PERFECT PLACES TO STAYCATION THIS SUMMER

    These stunning photos reveal the UK’s hidden gems and feature locations such as the Lake District, Devon and the Cotswolds.

    A poll of 2,000 Brits has identified the places we’re most eager to visit this summer – with 38 per cent looking forward to exploring new places when they’re allowed.

    The Peak District and Yorkshire are among the top choices for a break – with the Isle of Wight and Snowdonia also sought after for a peaceful holiday.

    For the full list, click here.

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