UK Weather – Bank Holiday Brits to enjoy 20C sun after showers left dark clouds over King Charles' coronation | The Sun

UK Weather – Bank Holiday Brits to enjoy 20C sun after showers left dark clouds over King Charles' coronation | The Sun

May 6, 2023

BRITS can look forward to some sun on Sunday after showers and dark clouds were present for King Charles’ coronation.

The soggy and grey conditions today though didn’t put off thousands of well-wishers as they lined the streets of London for the big day.

Things are looking up for Sunday with temperatures expected to hit 20C along with some warm sunshine, the Met Office has said.

However, the forecaster predicts things will still remain fairly unsettled.

Most of England and Wales saw outbreaks of rain today with some showers turning heavy at times.

That band of rain is expected to move in a north-east direction as the day wears on.

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Further north, eastern Scotland stayed mostly grey, damp and chilly.

The rest of Scotland as well as Northern Ireland and parts of northern England saw some sunny spells along with showers, which turned heavy at times.

Tonight, rain will spread across central and eastern England which will slowly clear in the east and showers across northern areas will ease, the Met Office says.

As the night continues, clear spells will emerge although there could some patchy fog and low cloud forming.

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Many western areas will see a dry and bright start to Sunday but it will be cloudier with some rain and drizzle in the east.

Western and central parts of the UK are expected to have a mainly fine, warm and dry day with sunny spells, which will eventually spread to all areas, the Met has predicted.

Before that happens though, the early cloud and rain in the east could, in some parts, particularly east and southeast England, break out into heavy and thundery downpours.

Parts of north-east England and eastern Scotland could remain fairly grey, wet and cool throughout the day.

It will be brighter further west but rain is expected to hit western parts during the evening.

All areas on bank holiday Monday are expected to see some rain as it moves eastwards across the country, with some showers following on.

Temperatures are set to be a bit cooler, with the mercury going up to 18C.

As Brits get back to work after the long weekend, most areas are likely to see a mixture of sunshine and showers which will also continue on Wednesday.

In the areas which do get some sunshine, it will feel fairly warm.

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