UK weather – Easter set to be ‘hottest on record’ as mercury could hit 28C bringing glorious bank holiday ‘heatwave’

EASTER could be the most well liked on document as Brits brace for sweltering temperatures of 28C in April.

There will “barely be a cloud in the sky” over the following two days – and a mini-heatwave is set to scorch the UK for 2 weeks subsequent month.

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People benefit from the afternoon solar on the Hot Walls in Old Portsmouth, HampshireCredit: Paul Jacobs/pictureexclusive.com
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Two women splash one another in Bournemouth, DorsetCredit: BNPS
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The advantageous weekend weather brings out the crowds to Maldon in EssexCredit: JOHN McLELLAN
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A surfer in Bournemouth, DorsetCredit: BNPS
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Blue skies on the coast close to Bude, CornwallCredit: Alamy
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People out punting on the River Cam in CambridgeCredit: Geoff Robinson
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Early morning swimmers have enjoyable within the sea at Tynemouth Longsands seashore on SaturdayCredit: NNP
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Becky Farran, 28, basks within the sunshine on Blackpool Beach
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Women out punting on the River Cam in Cambridge benefit from the unseasonal heat weatherCredit: Geoff Robinson
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A kite surfer in Weymouth in Dorset on a sunny morningCredit: ©Graham Hunt
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People having fun with the solar on the seashore on the Hot Walls in Old Portsmouth, HampshireCredit: Paul Jacobs/pictureexclusive.com

Saturday was formally the most well liked day of the 12 months to date for the UK, the Met Office confirmed.

The mercury hit a balmy 20.2C in Kinlochewe in Scotland – beating Friday’s excessive of 17.5C recorded within the West Sussex village of Wiggonholt.

Elsewhere, temperatures are set to attain 15C to 17C – which continues to be above common for March.

And the unseasonably advantageous weather will proceed into Sunday earlier than Brits are set indulge in even hotter temperatures over the bank holiday weekend in April.

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Instead of the standard April showers, some formidable forecasters consider the UK could see sweltering highs of 28C in time for Easter.

Weather skilled Jim Dale advised the Express: “I feel sizzling weather could are available pretty early as far as April is worried maybe.

“I know March is the start of spring but I think we’re probably going to get properly into April before we start to see the searing sort of temperatures.”

He added: “I wouldn’t be shocked to see 26C, 27C, 28C in the midst of April.

“It’s too difficult to be certain at this moment, but I would not be surprised to see the summer deliver the same kind of heat stress at times.”

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Forecasters on the Met Office mentioned 2022 will be among the many warmest years on document.

During the primary two weeks of April, the Met Office mentioned the weather is “likely to become more changeable during this period with spells of drier weather”.

The forecaster is at present predicting April weather to be gentle or “very mild” with “spells of colder conditions also possible”.

It added: “Temperatures most likely close to or slightly above average.”

The summery predictions have pushed bookies to slash the percentages on temperatures hitting at the very least 20C in March.

Coral is now 1-2 on the milestone being met – with April being the most well liked on document at 4-5.

The bookmaker’s John Hill mentioned: “It feels like spring has sprung early this year and it looks like we are set for a scorching April.”

This weekend, there’ll be “barely be a cloud in the sky for the vast majority,” BBC Weather forecaster Matt Taylor mentioned.

Met Office meteorologist Annie Shuttleworth mentioned: “Today a number of areas will be seeing a really heat day for March, particularly in north-west Scotland and elements of the Moray coast. We could see temperatures up to 20C in that space this afternoon.

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Beach volleyball gamers take pleasure in a fantastic sunny morning on Brighton seafrontCredit: Alamy
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Visitors make the perfect of a sunny spell at West Bay Beach on Dorset’s Jurassic CoastCredit: Rex
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A lady biking along with her canine on a shiny morning on Wimbledon CommonCredit: Alamy
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Early morning swimmers have enjoyable within the sea at Tynemouth Longsands seashoreCredit: NNP
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People benefit from the sunshine in Bournemouth, DorsetCredit: BNPS
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Sunrise over Bodmin moor in Cornwall this morningCredit: Alamy

“Away from that we’re possible to see temperatures of the mid to excessive teenagers, so highs of about 15C in London, after which in additional western areas, so the north coast of Devon and Cornwall and the north coast of Wales, we will see extra like 16C or 17C in these areas.

“It’s as a result of we’ve acquired excessive strain bringing wall-to-wall sunshine for a lot of the UK at the moment.

“Having said that, for some southern and eastern areas of the UK it is feeling a little bit cooler than it did yesterday because of a stronger breeze, and sea temperatures aren’t that warm at the moment.”

Sunday and Monday will see barely cooler and cloudier circumstances and a few showers doable in south-east England.

But dry weather ought to prevail in every single place else, with sunshine notably in western areas.

Temperatures are predicted to decide up once more into Tuesday and Wednesday, reaching the mid to excessive teenagers together with extra sunshine and dry circumstances.

Ms Shuttleworth mentioned: “Sunday will be a little bit of a cooler day throughout the UK and a bit extra cloud round on Monday and Sunday.

“But as we head into Tuesday and Wednesday we’re protecting with excessive strain so issues staying dry and temperatures will enhance once more up to the mid to excessive teenagers.

“There will certainly be some long-lived sunshine but it might not be wall-to-wall sunshine like on a day like today when there’s hardly a cloud in the sky.”

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The nice circumstances are due to the jet stream monitoring properly to the north of the UK, letting excessive strain dominate from the east, the Met Office mentioned.

The space of excessive strain is centred over Denmark, which could see its highest strain document ever.

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