BBC Weather: Temperatures set to get warmer for UK
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Temperatures will remain in the mid-teens through Sunday but will drop overnight into Monday morning. But temperatures will sharply climb to highs of 17 degrees in some areas of England on Monday in what is being described as a “mini heatwave” expected to hit Britain. Temperatures will fall slowly later in the week as cooler weather arrives but it will remain dry despite more overnight frost expected.
BBC Weather presenter Louise Lear said: “A warm start to our week ahead.
“Cooler from midweek onwards but still a lot of dry weather.
“But it is worth bearing in mind that as we get that cooler weather returning so too will some overnight frost, unfortunately.”
She added it will be dry, settled and sunny for most across the UK on Sunday but a weather front is producing “light patchy rain” into Scotland and Northern Ireland on Sunday and maybe a little more cloud into the far northwest of Wales.
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But the host said for much of England it will stay dry with a light southerly breeze.
Lear added: “15 to 16 degrees are not out of the question today (Sunday).”
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Clearer skies through Sunday evening and overnight into Monday but some “low cloud and Mist and murk” arriving in Eastern areas from the North Sea.
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Monday will be a cool start but and low cloud “may take its time to melt away.”
But for most Monday will be “largely fine dry and sunny” with sunshine in far parts of Eastern Scotland and East of Northern Ireland.
A rain front will affect the “Western fringes of Scotland and Ireland” but will not arrive in mainland U.K.
She added how a mini-heatwave of “16 or 17 is quite possible on Monday” in some areas.
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Later in the week will see temperatures fall across the U.K. but it will remain dry.
Tuesday will be 16 in Southampton, 14 in Aberystwyth, 13 in Newcastle and 9 in Aberdeen.
Wedneasday will see temperatures of 14 in Southampton, 13 in Aberystwyth, 10 in Newcastle and 8 in Aberdeen.
Overnight frost will arrive as temperatures fall across the U.K.
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