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Temperatures start to rise over Bank Holiday weekend

This weather is snow joke - but temperatures are expected to rise this weekend.

Alice   Singleton

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This week's unseasonal weather is set to diminish over the weekend.
This week's unseasonal weather is set to diminish over the weekend.

While much of the country has woken up to a winter wonderland this morning, Farmers Weather expert, Gary Nicholson has some good news which should see the weather turning more seasonal.

 

Mr Nicholson said: "Temperatures are improving, but still staying changeable.

 

"Heading into the first week of May, we will see a gradual rise in temperatures, particularly in the south, where some warmer days will finally return.

 

"The north and west will be cooler, although not as cold as recent times.

 

Temperatures rising

 

"Overnight temperatures will often remain cool, but frost will become rare for most areas during the week ahead.

 

"The May Day weekend brings temperatures of 11 to 15C, warmest in the south and east on Sunday and Monday.

 

"However, most places will see some rain, most persistent in the north & west, where winds will be strong at times, so it will still feel rather unpleasant for some.

 

"Similar trends continue into next week, with rain most frequent in the north-west, but the south-east will be often dry.

 

"Temperatures are expected to rise to 15 to 18C for much of England and Wales by Wednesday, although Scotland and Northern Ireland will be nearer 11 to 14C."

 

 

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