UK weather forecast: Easter Weekend temperatures to BREAK RECORDS with 27c ...

The Met Office has forecast the Easter Heatwave to continue with temperatures to rise again to highs of 27 degrees Celsius by Monday afternoon. The scorching temperatures have been felt across the country and there is a possibility the latest heat rise will break records. The Met Office’s weather forecaster Sophie Yeomans explained: “Many of us staying with the fine clear blue skies and sunshine through the rest of the weekend.

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“Perhaps just a little bit of cloud and rain in the northwest.

“The reason for that cloud and rain is we have got some weather fronts just skirting northwestern parts of the UK as we head through the rest of the weekend.

“Elsewhere though plenty of blue clear skies and sunshine and staying with those really warm temperatures throughout as temperature will be rising day on day.”

The temperatures began to increase towards the twenties around Wednesday and have continued to rise since.

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