UK weather forecast: Mercury to soar for lockdown end as 17C heat on way – Long-range maps

BBC Weather: UK set for warmer temperatures and sunshine

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According to forecasts from WXCharts, temperatures will remain mild, peaking to 15C by 3pm on March 24. However, as the month comes to an end, warmer temperatures will arrive, reaching up to 17C by March 30.

The BBC Weather long-range forecast said temperatures will run a “little above average” in the Southeast, where some slightly cooler air is expected to linger.

They predicted the Easter bank holiday weekend will see an “unsettled pattern” to continue.

Forecasts from WXCharts predict temperatures on April 6 will plummet back down to 9C as “unsettled and “changeable” conditions arrive.

A Met Office spokesman added: “At the start of this period, unsettled and changeable conditions are likely to continue across northwestern areas.

“However, high pressure may spread northwards through early April, which will bring a period of settled conditions for most.

“Following this, drier than average and brighter conditions may prevail, with areas away from the far northwest of the country receiving below-average rainfall.

“Temperatures will mostly be around average or above, with any cooler periods likely to be short-lived, and mostly across northern areas.”

Earlier this month, netweather.tv predicted the warmest conditions are expected from March 22 to 28.

While the weather will remain warm throughout the first week of April, the Weather Outlook predicted there will be some “heavy showers”.

They predicted: “Often mixed weather with heavy showers or more persistent outbreaks of rain is expected.

“Temperatures varying significantly with colder and milder than average spells.

“It may be cold enough at times for showers to turn wintry in the north with sleet or snow over higher ground.

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“Occasional overnight frost is also likely.”

The Met Office added: “Going into April, settled conditions are likely to continue in southern and eastern areas, where a good deal of dry and bright weather will occur.

“Conditions look to be drier than average for most.

“Temperatures are expected to be near to or milder than average, with any cooler interludes likely to be short-lived, and mostly in the north.

“With the year progressing and temperatures warming, there is an increased chance of afternoon showers, even in the settled southeast.”

Britons will be able to enjoy the scorching weather as outdoor gathers of up to six people, or two households, will be allowed as part of Government advice.

Outdoor sport for children and adults will be allowed including outdoor swimming pools.

The official stay at home order will end, but people will be encouraged to stay local.

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