UK weather: Brits to soak up 22C sun TODAY… and it's going to be just as good for Spring bank holiday | The Sun

UK weather: Brits to soak up 22C sun TODAY… and it's going to be just as good for Spring bank holiday | The Sun

May 25, 2023

BRITS are set to soak up 22C of sun TODAY with forecasters expecting the weather to be just as good for the Spring bank holiday.

As the UK gets ready for the last long weekend of May, warmer conditions seem to be making an appearance.

Much of the country is forecast to enjoy sunny spells until Monday now.

The Met Office is predicting high UV levels as pressure swoops in from the Atlantic.

Thursday will reach highs of 22C in the southwest of England and south Wales.

At around 4pm today, Bristol and Monmouth will be the hottest in the country with most of the south of England basking in temperatures just one degree lower.


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However areas on the coast, such as Brighton, Teignmouth and Salcombe might only get to 19C.

But winds speeds of around 11mph will mean it still feels warm.

However, St Ives will only top 15C – making it one of the chilliest parts in today's forecast.

The Midlands are expected to see highs of 20C around the same time before the temperature drops off slightly into the evening.

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Meteorologist Claire Nasir said: "Strong sunshine in the forecast through the rest of this week, across the bank holiday weekend and even beyond.

"Now, that does mean some high UV and burn times will be even along the coast with the reflection, the sun, the sand and the seas.

"Now, this settled weather is all courtesy of an area of high pressure which extend from the Atlantic."

As we head into the three-day weekend, Saturday and Sunday are currently set to reach 21C with Monday hitting 18C.

Exeter will be the warmest with Manchester and Preston closely behind at 20C.

The Met Office said: "Remaining settled over the weekend and bank holiday.

"Plenty of sunshine although cloudier in the northwest with patchy rain at times.

"Feeling warm, but often cool at night."

Wednesday hit 23C as many sat out in the sunshine enjoying the start of warmer days.

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