Deputy Chief Meteorologist Helen Kogi said: “While for some it may be a troubled start with downpours in the northern and western areas, many areas over most of the long anniversary weekend will have steady conditions with plenty of dry weather and good sunlight.
“The temperature will be well below 20, in the sun warmer, although by evening the temperature will drop quickly.”
According to weather charts from WXCHARTS and messages from BBC Meteorologists, the Trooping the Color ceremony on Thursday (May 2) will be held without a downpour.
BBC meteorologist Chris Fox has assured royal fans in the central and southern parts of the country who plan to attend the anniversary celebrations on Thursday.
Mr Fox said there would be a “sunny start [Thursday] in the morning when it is a bit cool, but the temperature will rise quickly ”.
He warned of “small downpours across Scotland and the north of England”.
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The Meteorological Bureau said the temperature will be “closer to the average for a couple of years further south, the maximum is likely to be around 20-22 ° C on Thursday, but the south will be 23-25 ° C, possibly 26 ° C on Friday “.
Despite the washes of the weather in the south, it looks like in the north of England, Scotland and Ireland the weather will be bright and dry.
The weather on Saturday remains uncertain due to a plume of warm air from the continent, which could affect downpours in the southern areas since Friday night.
The weather will change over the weekend, as the best will be in the north.
A BBC meteorologist said: “This weekend the weather will continue in the north, but in the south the weather is starting to get more unpleasant.
“On Saturday we will begin to observe thunderstorms rising from the near continent,” which will mainly affect the south-west of England and Wales. “