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LIVE UK weather forecast – Met Office predicts Brits will be roasting in scorching temperatures of 29C within weeks

The Brits appear to be scorching 29C in one of the hottest springs on record.

Tropical breezes off Spain today should bring a foretaste of things to come.

In his three month outlook For councils and businesses, the Met Office said: “The likelihood of a warm spring is much higher than normal.”

Bookmakers lowered the odds to 4/5 for the hottest April on record.

Coral’s Harry Aitkenhead said: “Chances are we’ll roast.”

The Met Office, which views spring as the months of March, April and May, said 24C (75F) was expected in weeks, with 29C (84F) due later in the season.

The news comes as Britons are set to bask in “early summer” temperatures next week due to an Arctic heatwave.

There will be clear skies and peak temperatures of around 17C on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, mainly in London, according to the Met Office.

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

  • Outlook Wednesday to Thursday

    It will remain nice and dry with some warm sunshine but cool nights.

    Cloudier in the far north with occasional rain. Areas of low cloud and fog near the east coast.

  • UK forecast for today

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

    The Met Office said: “Fog patches to the east are lifting, then most places with sunny spells are drying, although more cloud than recently, with some light showers possible.

    “Warmer than Sunday with lighter wind.

    “Mainly dry with variable clouds and clear spells, although there is still a risk of a light shower from denser cloud fields moving north.

    “Frost more limited to the north.”

  • Pictured: People enjoy the sun on the hottest day of the year

    Saturday was the hottest day of the year so far.

    The mercury topped 20C as Britain basked in the sun from wall to wall – and only more is to come.

    Forecasters think it could hit the late teens earlier in the week before surpassing 20C again on Wednesday.

    Over the weekend, 20.2C was recorded in Kinlochewe in north-west Scotland, making it the warmest day of 2022 so far.

  • “Big weather highlights” in April

    Weather experts have claimed that a heatwave could hit in April.

    Weather expert Jim Dale told the Express: “I think hot weather could come fairly early as far as April goes, maybe. I know March is the beginning of spring, but I think we’ll probably get well into April before we start seeing the scorching temperatures.”

    He added: “In the long run, given what’s happening in terms of southern hemisphere temperature profiles globally and also in the United States, I wouldn’t be surprised if we started to see some big highlights — in either direction.” goes, either cold or hot.”

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  • Temperatures are expected to rise to 20C next week

    TEMPERATURES will rise to summer highs next week after the hottest day of the year so far.

    The mercury topped 20C as Britain basked in the sun from wall to wall – and only more is to come.

    After a brief dip today and tomorrow when there will be a “cooler and fresher feeling”, the weather returns to near-heatwave conditions next Tuesday.

    Forecasters think it could hit the late teens earlier in the week before surpassing 20C again on Wednesday.

    Southern England and northern Scotland will be the warmest regions, but most areas will enjoy clear skies and glorious sunshine.

  • Heat to build up next week

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

    “As we go through the next few days it looks likely that the heat will build up.

    “Highs of 15C to 16C on Monday but as we approach Tuesday warmer air continues to push up from western Europe and it’s getting noticeably warmer by the day.

    “Dry, calm and sunny, with temperatures likely to be in the mid to high teens in many places.

    “This story will continue into the coming week and we could see temperatures up to 20C again – well above what they should be reaching for this time of year.”

    Meteorologist Dan Stroud added: “High pressure continues to dominate the new working week, with quite a bit of cloud and temperature increases throughout the week.”

  • UK weather forecast for Tuesday and Wednesday

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

    Similar conditions on Wednesday as it will be dry with plenty of sunshine but also the possibility of a few showers developing later in the day.

  • Warm weather threatens ‘pollen apocalypse’

    Pollen counts are expected to skyrocket in the coming days as temperatures climb to 21C.

    Tropical warmth after wet weather will spur trees to fill the air with allergens weeks earlier than usual.

    Experts are warning hay fever sufferers to have tissues and sprays on hand as eyes and noses start watering this week.

    Airborne allergens expert Max Wiseberg said: “The main culprit will be tree pollen.

    “The warm weather will help bring out all the buds and flowers on the trees and this will generate a lot of pollen.

    “Pollen levels may increase over the next few days as more and more trees start flowering.”

    Hay fever sufferers should be prepared for a “pollen rush,” he warned.

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

    “One of the best ways to do this is to put together your own hay fever first aid kit and follow the rules carefully.

    “We anticipate an imminent pollen apocalypse.”

  • Long term forecast for April

    And long-term forecasts predict the mild weather will continue well into April.

    Weather expert Jim Dale told the Express: “I think hot weather could come fairly early as far as April goes, maybe.

    “I know March is the start of spring but I think we’ll probably be getting properly into April before we start seeing the scorching 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 “is likely to become more changeable during this period of dry spells”.

    However, the next month is expected to be generally warmer as the country gradually moves towards summer.

  • Odds on the hottest April

    Britain has been basking on its hottest day of the year so far, with temperatures reaching 20C.

    Leading bookmaker Coral is putting a 4-5 odds that next month will be the warmest April on record.

    “Temperatures are rising and with spring now beginning, hopes for a scorching April are high. So get your chances to go down in the record books as Britain’s sexiest ever,” said Coral’s Harry Aitkenhead.

  • Temperatures will “significantly rise” next week.

    BRITS set for more sunshine next week as temperatures ‘significantly rise’

    There will be clear skies and peak temperatures of around 17C on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, mainly in London, according to the Met Office.

    BBC forecaster Chris Fawkes said the weather will be “much, much warmer” next week.

    “As the southerly winds continue to push north through Tuesday and Wednesday, those temperatures will rise significantly,” he said.

    “Tuesday – a fine day with some sunshine – a few scattered showers may develop as the afternoon progresses but most of you will still have a dry day.

    “Temperatures will peak at 19°C in London, 15°C in Glasgow and 14°C in Belfast.

    “The fine weather with prolonged spring sunshine will last for much of the weekend for many of us, with temperatures on the warm side for the time of year.”

  • “Big weather highlights” in April

    Weather experts have claimed that a heatwave could hit in April.

    Weather expert Jim Dale told the Express: “I think hot weather could come fairly early as far as April goes, maybe. I know March is the beginning of spring, but I think we’ll probably get well into April before we start seeing the scorching temperatures.”

    He added: “In the long run, given what’s happening in terms of southern hemisphere temperature profiles globally and also in the United States, I wouldn’t be surprised if we started to see some big highlights — in either direction.” goes, either cold or hot.”

  • The Met Office on the weather in April

    Met Office forecasters admit April temperatures are likely to be above average.

    It will also “feel warm” locally, according to the Met Office.

    However, looking ahead to April 2, the Met Office seems unsure whether or not there will be a heatwave. The agency predicts: “Drier and calmer periods are still possible, but are likely to be short-lived. Temperatures are most likely close to average or sometimes slightly below.”

  • Outlook for the coming week

    Temperatures will hover around 14C on Monday, according to BBC Weather, before another real heatwave catches us by surprise.

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

    However, this will be topped on Wednesday with temperatures hovering around 20C.
    The clear skies and almost no wind should make you feel like you’re on holiday in Tenerife!

    That midweek hot spot will be followed by a nearly identical 19C day on Thursday, before next weekend’s mercury will hover between 16C and 17C over the three days.

    Then on Monday 28th March the weather will return to around 15°C – a cloudier March to which we are usually used.

  • Today’s weather

    Any early fog and fog will soon lift and dissipate.

    Then mostly dry during the day with long spells of sunshine, although there will be areas of cloud in Northern Ireland, Wales, parts of southern and central England and eastern Scotland bringing drizzle but breaking up later in the day.

  • Outlook for the coming week

    Temperatures will hover around 14C on Monday, according to BBC Weather, before another real heatwave catches us by surprise.

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

    However, this will be topped on Wednesday with temperatures hovering around 20C.
    The clear skies and almost no wind should make you feel like you’re on holiday in Tenerife!

    That midweek hot spot will be followed by a nearly identical 19C day on Thursday, before next weekend’s mercury will hover between 16C and 17C over the three days.

    Then on Monday 28th March the weather will return to around 15°C – a cloudier March to which we are usually used.

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