Sunny days are ahead, but sunny weather will be short-lived (Photo: PA | EPA | Met Office)
Brits will hit a high of 24C today before a brief burst of sun builds up to even more rain and clouds.
Wednesday morning’s rain is expected to disappear by lunchtime, with a “beautiful day” expected in parts of Wales, the West Country and the North.
Meteorological forecaster Claire Nasser said it would be “very hot” in the sunniest areas, and a peak of 22-24 °C is expected.
Plymouth, Manchester, Cardiff and Belfast will benefit from the hottest temperatures, while tennis fans will enjoy a dry afternoon for the third day of Wimbledon, when the tournament kicks off in London.
Rain in the first two days of the Championships disrupted or canceled the Games, but the mercury is expected to peak at 19C in the capital today.
Becky Mitchell, another meteorologist at the Met Office, said: “A gray and cloudy weather for Wimbledon, with light drizzle and intermittent rain until lunchtime.
“In the afternoon the sun will be bright, the sun will be bright.”
Some sunshine is coming, but it will be cloudy during England’s next Euro match (Photo: PA)
Cardiff could see 24C high today and tomorrow (Photo: Met Office)
After a bad week of inclement weather, more sunshine is coming on Thursday as well with highs of 24C.
London and Cardiff will also see higher levels of 24C on Friday, but with the risk of rain and cloud cover.
Over the weekend, the north should have the best weather, while the south is more prone to rain and thunderstorms.
Unfortunately, it will fail on Saturday when England face Ukraine in the Euro semi-finals.
There is a 60% chance of rain in London according to the current forecast, with light rain expected in the northern regions as well.
Plus, it will be hot and increasingly humid.
The Met Office’s weather forecast for the weekend says: “Friday is good for many areas, although some scattered showers are expected in the afternoon. Becoming unstable over the weekend, with mostly rain or rain. more humid.
The BBC’s weather forecast is the same from Friday to Sunday.
Forecasters said: “Friday will be very hot and for the most part there will be many warm sunny weather.
“It is possible that afternoon showers will develop at some places. On Saturday, it will be sunny in the northern areas, but it will be cloudy in the south and rain from the southwest. It will be cloudy for all on Sunday, with rain lashing the whole of the UK.
Hay fever may also face tough times in the coming days.
The Meteorological Department has warned that pollen levels will be very high on Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
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