UK weather forecast LIVE – Midweek SCORCHER with UK hotter than Magaluf, Met Office forecast

BRITS are expecting a heat shock in mid-week as parts of the UK could see highs of 19C tomorrow thanks to a high pressure over Scandinavia making the weather warmer.

The Met Office has said London could see “high temperatures of 19C” tomorrow, making it hotter than Magaluf, where temperatures will hit 17C.

It looks set for a weekend of sweltering heat and the hottest day yet for Britain this year weather.

Mercury has been gradually falling since Saturday and while it stayed warm on Easter Monday with temperatures hitting 17C, it will be a cold start when people get back to work on Tuesday.

The mercury will be near 0C in some areas this morning and there will be frost in some. But it’s not all doom and gloom as Tuesday will see plenty of sunshine later in the day and temperatures in the high teens through mid-week.

BBC weather forecaster Matt Taylor said: “For those of you who have extended your Easter holidays into this week, there is some good weather news as there will be plenty of dry weather.

“Admittedly, there will be some showers, particularly over the next 24 hours, and as the week progresses, increasing breezes will make eastern areas slightly cooler.”

Read our UK weather blog below for the latest forecasts and updates

  • Record £10bn profit after Easter tourism for shops and pubs

    It was the biggest Easter rush since VisitBritain records began 15 years ago in 2007. This comes after the heatwave we had this weekend – with highs of 23C in some places across the country.

    Up to 11million Brits stayed overnight and took up to 29million day trips over the weekend, spending up to £4billion on accommodation, attractions and transport, spending trends show.

    VisitBritain said: “The number of Britons who have definitely planned an overnight UK holiday for Easter is at par with the highest number since we began our survey.”

    VisitBritain Deputy Chief Executive Patricia Yates said: “Easter has provided businesses with some much-needed cash flow.”

  • UK weather forecast for Wednesday and Thursday

    On Wednesday it will be sunnier and drier, later some rain in the west. Light winds for most with some stronger winds in coastal areas of Northern Ireland.

    Thursday will be mostly dry with sunny spells but there may be isolated showers, particularly in Wales and Scotland. Breeze.

  • Today’s weather

    Bright or sunny spells for many, becoming cloudier later.

    There is a chance of a shower rising later almost everywhere, especially in the south and east.

    Light winds across the country.

  • Londoners will see some showers in the afternoon

    London will see a largely cloudy start with isolated showers in the west.

    It will be dry in most parts by midmorning, while the eastern parts will remain dry, but showers will pick up elsewhere in the afternoon.

    These might get heavy with the occasional rumble of thunder, but overall feel warm with highs of 17C.

  • Enjoy the nice weather? Make the best out of it.

    It may be sunny now across much of the UK but the showers are coming.

    After the mist and fog cleared this morning, most of Britain enjoyed sunny weather.

    Clouds may appear in many areas.

    Showers are expected in the northwest throughout the day. Meanwhile, scattered showers are likely to develop across England and Wales.

    Some showers will be heavy.

  • The showers will give way to frost

    The day started with mist and mist giving way to sunshine.

    The rest of the day will likely be rainy and rainy for the rest of the day.

    Tonight the rain will ease up to allow for some clear spells.

    This will likely result in patchy frost and fog developing over Northern Ireland and Scotland.

    Low cloud formation over parts of North East England.

  • Stay up to date with the weather as it changes in your area

    The Met Office tool allows you to know the weather in your area within five minutes of change.

    Rain, lately hail, snow, burning sun have all caught us with a winter jacket within an hour.

    Stay prepared by using this tool met office That changes every five minutes, making you less likely to get caught again.

  • Hay fever ruined your Easter? Here are some ways you can tackle it ahead of the next holiday

    While the hay fever season kicked off in January, the warm, dry air is likely to make it worse.

    Corresponding Allergy UKThe UK has one of the highest allergy prevalences in the world.

    It states: “A staggering 44% of UK adults now suffer from at least one allergy and the number of sufferers is increasing. Almost half (48%) of those affected have more than one allergy – that’s around 10 million people.”

    That met office suggests the following to minimize the effects of hay fever:

    1. Take off outdoor clothing and shower or wash your hair after high pollen levels

    2. Close windows at night

    3. Avoid keeping flowers indoors.

    4. Avoid drying laundry outside when pollen levels are high or when mowing the lawn, as this can allow pollen into the house.

    5. Avoid walking in grassy, ​​open areas, especially in the early morning and early evening

    6. Drive with the windows closed

  • Find out when to book your wedding to avoid the weather ruining your day

    Perhaps planning your wedding and taking cues from the many you’re attending due to the pandemic backlog?

    The weather is one of the key factors to consider when planning an outdoor event in the UK, even if it’s the summer.

    The summer months are the most desirable months for a wedding, making it difficult to find a date that doesn’t conflict with someone else’s or isn’t taken.

    Hitched shared a guide How to choose your wedding month.

    According to Hitched, September may be the best choice: “September is often blessed with pleasant weather in the UK and has better availability than the summer months.” UK weather forecast LIVE – Midweek SCORCHER with UK hotter than Magaluf, Met Office forecast

Bobby Allyn

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