Fortunately, it seems that such days in the coming weeks after lowering the temperature this week we will get more such days.
In its long-term forecast from May 2 to 16, the Meteorological Office states that “temperatures are likely to be above normal.”
They add: “The defeat is more sustained, with likely good and dry weather for the rest of the period, although there are still chances of some short periods of unsettled.”
Network weather Agree that the beginning of May can give a rash. It is said that “in the West, the temperature is likely to be slightly above normal” and “sunlight”. [will be] above the norm in the north-west of Britain ”.
The average daytime temperature in London in May is 18 degrees Celsius, which means that in just two weeks we can return to 20.
Unfortunately, by then everything looks pretty dim as the high-pressure systems responsible for our last summer explosion begin to dissipate.
Meteorologist of the Meteorological Bureau Marco Petagna said today in a video forecast: “Over the next week, although a lot of good weather is expected, we will start observing an east wind that will maintain the temperature, especially as of Thursday and Friday.
“Temperatures [today] generally slightly lower than in recent days, although the southeast is still reaching 18 degrees heat.
“By the evening in the north and west of the UK there will be rain, with the best clearings in the east and south-east.”
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