The Met Office says the heat could go well past the 20 degrees mark by Saturday, letting Brits enjoy a sizzling four day weekend. Wednesday is set to be fine and sunny once early fog and mist has cleared throughout the UK. However, some parts of eastern England may be on the receiving end of some showers as the afternoon progresses into the evening.
Met Office meteorologist Alex Deakin said: “We’ll probably see the highest temperatures down across northwest England, where the values will get up to 18 and 19 degrees.
“It may even go a touch higher still due to a breeze of the North Sea.
“Temperatures are rising of course.
“All temperatures in the next few days will build up a little bit.”
Thursday promises to be another warm, dry and sunny day.
There could be some mist first thing but the Met Office said this will all clear up quickly through the morning.
But it’s by the weekend that the sunshine comes out to play.
Mr Deakin said that by Good Friday temperatures will move past 20 degrees.
He added: “There will be plenty of sunshine.
“Temperatures are set to get even higher.
“As I said maybe it will go into the low 20s by Saturday.”
Despite the idyllic start, he did warn that temperatures could change by Monday.
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