Bank Holiday weekend can go 18 degree Celsius first week of May

 Friday, April 29, 2022 

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The UK Met office has revealed that UK’s capital city London can expect 18 degree Celsius scorchers in the first week of May following a pleasant bank holiday.

On Tuesday and Wednesday London looks set to be hit with highs of 18C according to the Met Office, whilst Madrid will only see highs of 16C and 17C. It comes as the majority of the country is expected to enjoy a nice start to the weekend.

The outlook for the early part of the weekend is for it to remain generally dry with bright or sunny periods and variable amounts of cloud on the Friday and Saturday. There is a chance of frosts in rural areas, but it will feel pleasantly warm during the afternoons.

The temperatures are expected to be in the low teens.

For Sunday and Monday the Met Office says that throughout the start of May, much of the south is likely to see continuing dry and sunny spells. Some parts of the north and west are more likely to experience cloudier conditions, with spells of mainly light rain or showers at times.

Winds are expected to remain light and temperatures staying above average for most, but parts of the south-east may experience colder mornings and some late season frost. Night time temperatures in the south though are expected to remain cold and there is a prospect of frost in sheltered rural areas.

The outlook for the early part of the weekend is for it to remain “generally dry with bright or sunny periods and variable amounts of cloud” on the Friday and Saturday.

There is a chance of frosts in rural areas, but it will feel “pleasantly warm during the afternoons”.

Brits are set to soak up the sunshine this Bank Holiday weekend as temperatures soar to 17C – hotter than Madeira.

The sunny spell will kick-start today as many eye up a trip to the beach. It’s even set to be warmer than Madeira at points over the coming days, with tourist hotspot forecast rain showers.

As Brits enjoy a three-day weekend as the calendar flips to May, it’s due to be dry in most places with the odd shower breaking through.

The Met Office said that throughout the start of May, much of the South is likely to see continuing dry and sunny spells.

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