New forecasts say that the temperature of 22 degrees Celsius will rise just over the weekend, but before that in some parts of the UK everything will look a little more pathetic.
The weather Independent weather forecaster maps WXCharts show that in the north of Scotland on the morning (April 13) on Wednesday (April 13) there are heavy rains and thunderstorms, in some areas reaching a level of 6 mm per hour.
Then it will rain all day in Wales and the south of England.
However, Netweather predicts that in some areas from Thursday and Saturday in some areas the temperature may rise to 21 degrees Celsius, which would break the current 2022 record of 20.5 degrees Celsius, recorded in Northholt in West London in March.
The Meteorological Bureau at the same time, a sharp drop in weather is expected to the north and south on the holidays, with changing conditions in the north contrasting with a more stable warm period in the south.
Dan Rudman, deputy chief meteorologist, said: “As for the weather over the long Easter weekend, they have an ambiguous picture, although in some places it feels warm, at least at the beginning of the weekend.
“The low-pressure system in the north-west of the UK will bring unstable weather to the north with possible strong winds and rain in the north-west, which could affect driving conditions for some.
“However, further south it will be drier, especially in the southeast, although there will be different amounts of clouds.
“Temperatures are likely to be above average for a couple of years, although low cloud cover could keep temperatures lower in coastal areas.”
Some of the downpours expected before the weekend may also leave cars and windows covered in Saharan dust. the return of a stunning “bloody rain” from last month.
Hay fever victims have been warned that high pollen levels are expected in the south of England today.
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