Brits don red, white and blue as they bask in 22C heat TODAY for Queen’s Platinum Jubilee

THE sun will shine as Brits don red, white and blue to celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee today.

Temperatures are expected to hit 22C for the momentous occasion thanks to a plume of tropical air sweeping in from the continent. 

People gather along The Mall for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations in London

People gather along The Mall for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations in LondonCredit: Reuters

A man draped in an England flag walks down The Mall at sunrise

A man draped in an England flag walks down The Mall at sunriseCredit: Tom Bowles / Story Picture Agency

A royal enthusiast getting into the spirit of the Jubilee

A royal enthusiast getting into the spirit of the JubileeCredit: AFP

It means thousands attending Trooping the ColourHer Majesty’s official birthday parade – won’t need to pack a brolly.

And Jubilee street parties up and down the country won’t be a washout as feared after this week’s miserable downpours.

The weather will be warmest in the south east of England, where highs of 22C are forecast in London.

Elsewhere, the mercury will hover in the high teens to mid 20s – but it’s sunshine pretty much all round.

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It will, however, be a slightly chillier start after temperatures dropped to -1.5C at Altnaharra in Sunderland.

But these will quickly climb to much higher than recent days – so the Met Office advises not to wrap up too warm.

And the balmy conditions will continue into Friday when Brits will bask in 26C heat.

The rest of the four-day weekend looks slightly more uncertain, with patches of rain and potential thunder.

The warmest weather across Saturday and Sunday will be found in the northwest of Scotland, with cooler breezes blowing further south.

Met Office deputy chief meteorologist Dan Rudman said: “Some may see an unsettled start to the long weekend, with showers for Northern Ireland, Wales and western England, however, it will be much more settled for many, with plenty of dry weather and good spells of sunshine.

“Temperatures could reach 26C in the south on Friday, although this will likely be the warmest day and later in the weekend the highest temperatures are likely to be in the northwest.

“A plume of warm air, currently across the continent, then pushes north over the UK through the weekend.

“However, there is uncertainty on how far north it will stretch with the latest outlook suggesting it will bring a spell of showers to southern areas from Saturday which could turn heavy and possibly thundery at times.

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“Although there will also be some breaks in the cloud even here, and northern areas are most likely to stay fine and dry.

“Northern Ireland, Scotland and northern England look like they’ll see the driest conditions from Saturday onwards most likely enjoying some prolonged periods of sunshine.”

Soldiers on horseback ride down the Mall, lined with Union Flags

Soldiers on horseback ride down the Mall, lined with Union FlagsCredit: LNP

Royal supporters spent the night on the Mall to secure the perfect spot

Royal supporters spent the night on the Mall to secure the perfect spotCredit: Getty

Four friends dressed for the royal occasion

Four friends dressed for the royal occasionCredit: Avalon.red

A man with a flag walks along The Mall in central London ahead of the troops parade

A man with a flag walks along The Mall in central London ahead of the troops paradeCredit: LNP

A police officer walks down The Mall in London

A police officer walks down The Mall in LondonCredit: Reuters

Royal fans in Queen Elizabeth masks get ready for Trooping the Colour

Royal fans in Queen Elizabeth masks get ready for Trooping the ColourCredit: EPA

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