BRITS scorched 20 degrees Celsius in just a few days, with a mini heatwave lasting nine days creating glorious weather for three months.
Temperatures will start to heat up from May 5, and experts predict warm air and sun-drenched mercury will reach 20C.
Thursday will be cool with a minimum temperature of 18C, and it will reach 19C on the weekend.
London and the southeast are expected to peak in warmer weather with a 20 degree sweltering heat expected to hit the capital.
Forecasters have predicted warmer weather will continue in the second half of May and more likely to be hot in June.
All this is thanks to the “Spanish Ziegler” that blows from the continent during the Jubilee Week of June 2-5, which marks the 70th anniversary of His Majesty’s accession.
The MEt Office’s long-term outlook for this period is as follows: “The likelihood of hot weather and heat waves has increased compared to average, especially later in the period. There is an increased likelihood of warmer-than-average conditions for three months.”
Read the UK Weather Live Blog below for the latest forecast and updates…
Summer will be hottest on record, bookmakers say
Ladbrokes cut the odds that this summer is likely to be the hottest we’ve ever seen.
The odds were lowered earlier this week as the odds of sweltering temperatures increased along with an impressive 2/1 odds.
Now only 6/4, this summer is likely to be the hottest summer in history.
Alex Apati of Ladbrokes said:
North sets the state of showers
According to the Meteorological Agency, there is a possibility of rain in the central region as well.
Fog and low clouds will continue across the Northern Hemisphere this week as the sun sets again.
It is highly likely that the division of North and South Korea will be maintained for the remainder of this week.
Temperatures are expected to be near average throughout this week.
How will the week unfold?
The UK can expect a cloudy start, according to the Weather Service.
They said Monday through Wednesday “will be rather cloudy and there will be some coastal fog and some showers and will probably be heavy.”
“The temperature is normal, but it feels warm in any sunlight and cools for a while in the east. light wind.”
In the picture: Sun-hungry Britons flock to Dorset’s Weymouth beach.
Sun-hungry Britons were seen paving beaches and parks across England yesterday.
The image below shows people visiting the beach in Weymouth, Dorset, during the May Bank Holidays.
Parts of the country have suffered from congestion on roads, rail services and flights filled with vacationers who have decided to leave for long weekends.
weather forecast for next weekend
The National Weather Service has released a brief summary of the national weather for next week.
In this report, the organization says:
“It will be cloudy through the weekend and there is a risk of rain to the north and northwest.
The Korea Meteorological Administration added that “other areas are mostly dry with sunny weather.”
Many will want the forecast to be brighter as we move into summer.