UK weather: Sunny weather, thunderstorm and isolated rain predicted

 Saturday, June 4, 2022 


The Britons warm at 25 degree Celsius heat on Friday, but looming rain and thunderstorms look set to dampen the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations. The Met Office has issued a thunderstorm warning for Saturday from midnight until 10am, with heavy rain and lightning forecast cross the south of England.

The thunderstorms were also expected on Friday afternoon in parts of Wales, with a yellow warning covering much of Gwynedd on the west coast until 6pm.

It comes after the Met Office said on Thursday that thunderstorms were on the cards after the pleasant conditions for the first day of the four day bank holiday break. Britons are encouraged to make the most the most of the warmer weather while it lasts, with the highest temperatures expected on Friday.

It was a mild night going into Friday morning with dry conditions throughout most of the country, with some cloud and isolated showers in Scotland There will be some mist in southern areas of England but it will quickly brighten up and temperatures could be as high as 25C, which would be one of hottest days of the year so far.

On the eastern coast there will be a brisk northeasterly breeze that will pull in cloud on Friday evening.

Met Office Deputy Chief Meteorologist Rebekah Sherwin said that the temperatures could reach 25C in the south on Friday, although this will likely be the warmest day and later in the weekend the highest temperatures are likely to be in the northwest.

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