Mon. May 16th, 2022

BRITS welcomes a refreshing Easter bank holiday as the temperatures set. It rises to 16C, which is sunny by the middle of the week.

Temperatures in London will reach 16C by Wednesday, ahead of the Bank Holiday weekend when mercury hits 18C.

During the same period, the temperature around the Greek port city of Thessaloniki was only 15 degrees Celsius.

Easter will see warmer conditions as the high pressure system moves, but maps on WXChart show it could drop as low as -6C after the weekend.

British Meteorological Agency meteorologist Jim Dale said: “There are two weather systems that threaten to see some rain next week, one at the beginning of the week and the other at the weekend.

“But it looks like temperatures are rising on Monday and this should be the trend for Easter.”

Read the UK Weather Blog below for the latest weather forecasts and updates…

  • A cold but bright start this morning, MEt Office

    According to the Korea Meteorological Administration forecast, it will be bright but chilly this morning.

    “It’s the start of a cold but bright Sunday for many people,” Twitter tweeted.

    “But it’s getting cloudy in the west, especially in Northern Ireland.

    “The showers are slowly coming to an end across northern Scotland.”

  • BRITS faces sweltering Easter weekend as temperatures soar to 18 degrees Celsius

    The Bureau of Meteorology predicts warmer weather on the horizon after mercury dropped to -5C last week.

    The weather next week will be mild and the heat in the southeast of England is expected to reach mid-teens by Wednesday, with temperatures expected to reach 18 degrees Celsius over the weekend of the bank holidays.

    According to WXCharts, the British in Kent and Surrey can enjoy temperatures as hot as many parts of Greece.

    But after a sunny Easter weekend, mercury can drop to -6C with 12 centimeters of snow.

    And starting April 18, temperatures in the southeast and northwest may drop back to -1C, and rain is expected in the west.

  • Grants £5,000 grant to install heat pumps in your home

    A grant of £5,000 is available to help install an eco-friendly heat pump in your home.

    Homeowners are also not subject to VAT.

    These heat pumps are designed to avoid gas and oil boilers, with home heating accounting for around 14% of UK CO2 emissions.

    The government plans to ban gas boilers in new homes by 2025, making heat pumps and additional equipment an attractive alternative.

    For existing homes, the target year is 2035.

  • Weather forecast for sunny Sunday

    According to the Meteorological Administration, many Brits are having a sunny Sunday.

    However, expect a chilly start to the day with mostly dry weather.

    The weather will get cooler day by day, but it will change in the evening.

    Clouds and rain are expected to move from the west overnight.

    The Bureau of Meteorology expects rain through Monday.

  • Britons expect a -5C low and 4 inches of snow to come soon.

    The UK is expected to see sub-zero temperatures through the weekend, with minus 6 degrees and minus 12 centimeters of snow.

    Arctic air coming from the north will gradually take over the whole country, and as the Korea Meteorological Administration warned, the cold air “will eventually stop” this weekend.

    Maps from WXCharts show that temperatures can drop as low as minus 4 degrees on Thursday and drop as low as minus 5 degrees on the weekend with frosts across the UK.

    12 centimeters of snow will continue to fall in Scotland, with more rain expected further south.

  • The weather didn’t stop people from dressing up in Aintree.

    Despite the wet weather forecast, guests continue to prepare their bets and immerse themselves in the party mood.

    This year was no different than any other, as a lot of people are wearing nines.

    Many have been seen toasting over the weekend, wearing bright pastel-colored dresses and joining some amazing enchanters.

    The wind was still strong, but attendees did not hesitate to arrive in sleeveless dresses and sky-blue high heels.

  • Highest temperature in London today is 15 degrees

    A cold and frosty start, a dry, bright morning with long clear spells and light winds.

    Cloudy in the afternoon with a bit of sunshine, but dry with a maximum temperature of 15 °C.

  • London Sunday-Wednesday Outlook

    With a chilly start, most areas will be sunny, dry and sunny.

    There are still some showers in northern Scotland, but it feels warmer than Saturday.

    Cloudy and some rain from the northeast on Monday and Tuesday.

    Wednesday will be drier and less windy, but warm in the south but still chilly in the north.

  • Frozen night for those in Manchester

    Skies are mostly clear on dry evenings and nights, but there are occasional high clouds.

    Light winds with frost for many people with a minimum temperature of -3 °C.

  • RNLI and Meteorological Administration Issue Strict Advice on Cold Water Shock During Easter Holidays

    When the Easter holiday is just around the corner, many will flock to the beach and swim in the sea.

    However, meteorologist Alex Deakin issued a severe warning to those planning to do so after a video posted to the Bureau of Meteorology’s Twitter account.

    “The sea takes a lot longer to warm up than on land, and the sea is always pretty chilly, especially in March and April, when temperatures are the coldest.”

    In the same video, RNLI lifeguard Henry Irvine agreed with Mr. Deakin and told a person suffering from cold water shock:

  • Weather forecast from Monday to Wednesday

    “It will be cloudy and cool with some rain from the northeast on Monday and Tuesday,” the Meteorological Administration said.

    “Wednesday is a dry, less windy day.

    “The south is warm, but the north is cold.”

  • Tempest Diego causing chaos

    France prepares for Storm Diego, which could hit Britain’s southeast coastline.

    Strong winds and storms are expected to reach France on Friday, which could also affect the UK coastline.

    There will be rain and snow, and if the storm reaches the UK, the UK may have to prepare for bad weather.

    WXCharts forecast snowfall across Scotland, Wales and northern England tomorrow.

  • In the photo: Brave lone swimmer on the frozen sea at Lyme Regis in Dorset

    The UK is experiencing a weather division between North and South.

    Some areas are getting cold air and sunlight, while others are experiencing torrential rains and strong winds.

    And the eye-catching image below shows a lone swimmer attempting an early morning swim at Dorset’s Lyme Regis resort.

  • Britons expect a -5C low and 4 inches of snow to come soon.

    The UK is expected to see sub-zero temperatures through the weekend, with minus 6 degrees and minus 12 centimeters of snow.

    Arctic air coming from the north will gradually take over the whole country, and as the Korea Meteorological Administration warned, the cold air “will eventually stop” this weekend.

    Maps from WXCharts show that temperatures can drop as low as minus 4 degrees on Thursday and drop as low as minus 5 degrees on the weekend with frosts across the UK.

    12 centimeters of snow will continue to fall in Scotland, with more rain expected further south.

  • Tomorrow’s 4 Cast

    The Korea Meteorological Administration has released tomorrow’s 4cast.

    After a chilly start, most of the area will be sunny, dry and sunny.

    There are still some showers in northern Scotland though.

  • Evening weather in Cardiff

    All the showers soon disappear, leaving dry nights with long sunny periods.

    A light breeze is expected, with a minimum temperature of -5 °C and sharp frosts throughout.

  • The weather didn’t stop people from dressing up in Aintree.

    Despite the wet weather forecast, guests continue to prepare their bets and immerse themselves in the party mood.

    This year was no different than any other, as a lot of people are wearing nines.

    Many have been seen toasting over the weekend, wearing bright pastel-colored dresses and joining some amazing enchanters.

    The wind was still strong, but attendees did not hesitate to arrive in sleeveless dresses and sky-blue high heels.

  • Highest temperature in London tomorrow is 15 degrees

    A cold and frosty start, a dry, bright morning with long clear spells and light winds.

    Cloudy in the afternoon with a bit of sunshine, but dry with a maximum temperature of 15 °C.

  • London Sunday-Wednesday Outlook

    With a chilly start, most areas will be sunny, dry and sunny.

    There are still some showers in northern Scotland, but it feels warmer than Saturday.

    Cloudy and some rain from the northeast on Monday and Tuesday.

    Wednesday will be drier and less windy, but warm in the south but still chilly in the north.

  • rain will ease

    The showers will last through Saturday evening, but will last longer in parts of Scotland.

    Temperatures across the UK are expected to drop very chilly in some areas tonight.

  • Frozen night for those in Manchester

    Skies are mostly clear on dry evenings and nights, but there are occasional high clouds.

    Light winds with frost for many people with a minimum temperature of -3 °C.

  • London Evening Forecast

    Clouds continue to melt until late evening, and long, clear spells are developing.

    With a minimum temperature of -2 °C, temperatures drop overnight, with the possibility of frost until dawn.

  • The showers and clouds will clear tonight

    Most showers and clouds are expected to clear tonight, according to BBC News.

    It will be a dry and chilly night.

    There will be showers in northern Scotland for a while, but it will stop later.

    Northern Ireland is expected to become cloudy as the dawn approaches.

  • RNLI and Meteorological Administration Issue Strict Advice on Cold Water Shock During Easter Holidays

    When the Easter holiday is just around the corner, many will flock to the beach and swim in the sea.

    However, meteorologist Alex Deakin issued a severe warning to those planning to do so after a video posted to the Bureau of Meteorology’s Twitter account.

    “The sea takes a lot longer to warm up than on land, and the sea is always pretty chilly, especially in March and April, when temperatures are the coldest.”

    In the same video, RNLI lifeguard Henry Irvine agreed with Mr. Deakin and told a person suffering from cold water shock:

    You can watch the full video here.

  • Sunny this Saturday afternoon

    This morning’s cold start is followed by sunny weather for most of the UK.

    Highs of 13 degrees Celsius in London and parts of the South can reach 12 degrees in the Southwest.

    However, there may be occasional showers in the North, parts of Wales and Scotland.

    Winter showers can also be seen in some parts of Scotland.

    The rest of the British Isles must experience temperatures between 5 and 11 degrees.

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