UK Weather – Brits to bask in 25C sun after scorching Bank Holiday… and it’s going to get HOTTER
Temperatures will remain balmy today with a high of 25C expected for London and the South East.
Meanwhile in the North West a top temperature of 24C is predicted.
The bank holiday heatwave means Brits are enjoying warmer weather than tourist hot spot Portugal, which has a high of 20C today.
On Wednesday, conditions in the UK could reach a glorious 27C as the late spring sunshine finally arrives.
However the Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning for Wednesday morning, with thunderstorms potentially developing across southwest England and Wales from 5am to 11am.
We'll all be basking in a mini-heatwave over the next fortnight, with thousands heading to beaches and parks to make the most of the sunshine.
After a thoroughly miserable May, summer finally seems to be on the way - and it's hoped the glorious weather will stick around into June.
In extremely welcome news to fed-up sun-worshippers, the mercury will remain at an average of 18C between June 2 and 11.
Kinlochewe in Scotland was the hottest place in the UK yesterday, reaching 21.5C, according to the Met Office.
Becky Mitchell, a meteorologist from the Met Office, said just one place appears to be missing out on all the gorgeous sunshine.
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