UK weather forecast LIVE – Met Office says Britain to be HOTTER than Magaluf in balmy 19C scorcher tomorrow

BRITS look set for a mid-week scorcher as parts of the UK could see highs of 19C tomorrow thanks to a high pressure over Scandinavia which is making the weather warmer.

The Met Office have said that London could have ‘maximum temperatures of 19C’ tomorrow, making it hotter than Magaluf which will see temperatures of 17C.

Following a weekend of blistering heat and the hottest day for the UK so far this year, things are looking up for the weather.

Since Saturday the mercury has gradually dipped and while it remained warm with temperatures of 17C on Easter Monday, it will be a cold start as people go back into work on Tuesday.

The mercury will be close to 0C in some areas this morning, and there will be frost for some. But it is not all doom and gloom as there will be plenty of sunshine later in the day on Tuesday and then temperatures will be in the high teens through midweek.

BBC weather forecaster Matt Taylor said: “For those of you who have extended your Easter break into this week there is some good weather news in that there will be a lot of dry weather around.

“Admittedly there will be some showers, more especially in the next 24 hours and as the week goes on an increasing breeze will turn eastern areas that bit cooler.”

Read our UK weather blog below for the latest forecasts and updates

  • Cooler and breezier conditions at the end of this week

    Marco Petagna, a Met Office forecaster, said the end of the week would bring a “cooler, cloudier and breezier picture”.

    He added: “There will be a trend towards the end of the week for things to turn a bit colder.

    “We get more of an easterly wind developing and more in the way of cloud from the east.”

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    The weather is one of the key factors to consider when planning any outdoor event in the UK, even if it is in the the Summer.

    The Summer months are the most sought after months for a wedding making it hard to find a date that doesn’t clash with someone else’s or isn’t taken.

    Hitched shared a guide on how to pick your wedding month.

    According to Hitched, September may be your best bet: “September is often blessed with pleasant weather in the UK, and has better availability than the summer months.”

  • UK weather outlook for Wednesday and Thursday

    It will be sunnier and drier on Wednesday with some rain in the west later on. Light winds for most with some stronger winds in coastal areas in Northern Ireland.

    Thursday will be mostly dry with sunny spells but there may be some isolated showers, especially in Wales and Scotland. Light winds.

  • Bookies say summer 2022 could be the hottest ever

    This year could see the hottest summer on record, according to the latest bookmaker odds.

    Ladbrokes now make it just a 2/1 shot for summer 2022 to go down as the hottest EVER.

    Alex Apati of Ladbrokes said: “It’s looking increasingly likely that this year will play host to a record-breaking hot summer, with Brits soon set to bask in scorching temperatures.”

  • Wednesday to be ‘dry, bright and warm across the UK’

    Wednesday is looking dry, bright and warm across the UK 🌥️

    However, a few showers could develop in the afternoon and it will feel cooler along eastern coasts 🌊 pic.twitter.com/2IwSBcmyuN

    — Met Office (@metoffice) April 19, 2022

  • Chilly but bright start to the morning says Met Office

    The Met Office said: “A chilly and bright start on Wednesday morning.

    “Mist and fog patches in Northern Ireland will gradually clear.”

  • Temperatures to hit 17C in Manchester on Wednesday

    Early mist will soon clear to leave plenty of bright weather during the morning.

    However, cloud will bubble up to produce a few afternoon showers.

    Warm in the sunshine. Maximum temperature 17 °C.

  • Wednesday weather forecast for London

    A partly cloudy start, but becoming brighter through the morning.

    Warm with prolonged sunshine during the afternoon.

    Light winds. Maximum temperature 19 °C.

  • Five deadly mistakes you’re making every spring

    SPRING has sprung and with it comes gorgeous rays of sunshine.

    That usually means more time outdoors and extra sun exposure which can be harmful to your skin.

    Dr Ross Perry of skin clinics chain Cosmedics said the problem with heat waves in the spring, is that most people don’t prepare their skin like they do in the summer.

    He told The Sun: “The sun in April is as strong as it is in August, so you must treat it as such. 

    “People can often be fooled by the cooler breeze but the UV rays are just as strong and just as likely to cause sunburn and sun damage.”

    The sun’s rays are more often than not the direct cause of skin cancer, which generally fall under non-melanoma and melanoma. 

    Here, Dr Ross warns of the mistakes you could be making when enjoying spring heatwaves:

    1.  Not wearing suncream
    2. Failing to protect burnt skin
    3. Not drinking enough water
    4. Not taking moles seriously 
    5. Seeking vitamin D

    Read more here.

  • Record £10bn made after Easter tourism for shops & pubs

    It was the biggest Easter staycation rush since VisitBritain records began 15 years ago in 2007. This comes after the heatwave we’ve had this weekend – with highs of 23C in some places around the country.

    Up to 11 million Brits went on overnight stays and up to 29m on daytrips over the weekend, spending up to £4bn on accommodation, attractions and transport, spending trends show.

    VisitBritain said: “The number of Brits who definitely planned overnight UK holidays for Easter is on a par with the highest figures since our survey began.”

    VisitBritain deputy chief executive Patricia Yates said: “Easter has provided businesses with much-needed cash-flow.”

  • ‘Heavy showers around’ says Met Office

    The weather agency tweeted: “Heading home soon?

    “You might need an umbrella as there are a few heavy showers around.

    “Here’s a look at the radar.”

  • What’s in store for this evening’s weather?

    Evening showers in the west and south gradually fading, then some clear spells for most.

    This will allow for patchy frost and fog over Scotland and particularly parts of Northern Ireland.

    Patchy low cloud forming over parts of northeast England and eastern Scotland.

  • Weather outlook for Thursday to Saturday

    Dry Thursday with spells of sunshine.

    Cloudier on Friday and Saturday with showers in places, but many places dry.

    Some fog and drizzle over hills and some northeastern coasts.

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    We’ve all gotten caught in the rain, or more recently hail, snow, the burning sun with a winter jacket on all in the space of an hour.

    Stay prepared with this tool from the Met Office that changes every five minutes so you’re less likely to get caught out again.

  • Met Office: Showers to gradually fade this evening

    The Met Office says showers in the north will disperse this evening.

    It tweeted: “Showers will gradually fade in the north this evening, although a few spots of rain may continue in the south.

    “Turning chilly where skies clear.”

    Showers will gradually fade in the north this evening, although a few spots of rain may continue in the south 🌦️

    Turning chilly where skies clear 🌙 pic.twitter.com/XAyhIrq0GW

    — Met Office (@metoffice) April 19, 2022

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    This year could see the hottest summer on record, according to the latest bookmaker odds.

    Ladbrokes now make it just a 2/1 shot for summer 2022 to go down as the hottest EVER.

    Alex Apati of Ladbrokes said: “It’s looking increasingly likely that this year will play host to a record-breaking hot summer, with Brits soon set to bask in scorching temperatures.”

  • In pictures: Dawn reflections at Derwent Water, Cumbria

    The sky glowed pink at dawn this morning in Keswick, Cumbria.

    The stunning image below shows Derwent Isle & the surrounding mountains reflecting into the calm Derwent Water.

    Cool easterly winds will limit highs to 11C-16C for most of today and Wednesday.

  • Cooler and breezier conditions at the end of this week

    Marco Petagna, a Met Office forecaster, said the end of the week would bring a “cooler, cloudier and breezier picture”.

    He added: “There will be a trend towards the end of the week for things to turn a bit colder.

    “We get more of an easterly wind developing and more in the way of cloud from the east.”

  • Temperatures to soar again from Wednesday

    BBC weather forecaster Matt Taylor told the Mirror: “For those of you who have extended your Easter break into this week there is some good weather news in that there will be a lot of dry weather around.

    “Admittedly there will be some showers, more especially in the next 24 hours and as the week goes on an increasing breeze will turn eastern areas that bit cooler.”

    Before the temperatures soar on Wednesday, Brits could face a chilly start to Tuesday as they head back to work.

  • Five deadly mistakes you’re making every spring

    SPRING has sprung and with it comes gorgeous rays of sunshine.

    That usually means more time outdoors and extra sun exposure which can be harmful to your skin.

    Dr Ross Perry of skin clinics chain Cosmedics said the problem with heat waves in the spring, is that most people don’t prepare their skin like they do in the summer.

    He told The Sun: “The sun in April is as strong as it is in August, so you must treat it as such. 

    “People can often be fooled by the cooler breeze but the UV rays are just as strong and just as likely to cause sunburn and sun damage.”

    The sun’s rays are more often than not the direct cause of skin cancer, which generally fall under non-melanoma and melanoma. 

    Here, Dr Ross warns of the mistakes you could be making when enjoying spring heatwaves:

    1.  Not wearing suncream
    2. Failing to protect burnt skin
    3. Not drinking enough water
    4. Not taking moles seriously 
    5. Seeking vitamin D

    Read more here.

  • ‘Weather becoming more changeable next week’

    Meteorologist Greg Dewhurst told The Sun: “The weather becomes more changeable into next week with temperatures expected to return to average on Tuesday or Wednesday, but many places will still see sunny spells then.

    “Rain affecting Northern Ireland and western Scotland, becoming more widespread on Monday and turning cooler.

    “Sunshine and showers on Tuesday.”

  • Wednesday to Friday forecast

    A lot of dry, if at times cloudy weather.

    Some showers for western areas Weds, after the clearance of early fog patches.

    Showers less widespread thereafter, though becoming windy.

  • Record £10bn made after Easter tourism for shops & pubs

    It was the biggest Easter staycation rush since VisitBritain records began 15 years ago in 2007. This comes after the heatwave we’ve had this weekend – with highs of 23C in some places around the country.

    Up to 11 million Brits went on overnight stays and up to 29m on daytrips over the weekend, spending up to £4bn on accommodation, attractions and transport, spending trends show.

    VisitBritain said: “The number of Brits who definitely planned overnight UK holidays for Easter is on a par with the highest figures since our survey began.”

    VisitBritain deputy chief executive Patricia Yates said: “Easter has provided businesses with much-needed cash-flow.”

  • UK weather outlook for Wednesday and Thursday

    It will be sunnier and drier on Wednesday with some rain in the west later on. Light winds for most with some stronger winds in coastal areas in Northern Ireland.

    Thursday will be mostly dry with sunny spells but there may be some isolated showers, especially in Wales and Scotland. Light winds.

  • Today’s weather

    Bright or sunny spells for many, turning cloudier later.

    There is the chance of a shower bubbling up almost anywhere later on, more so in the south and east.

    Light winds across the country.

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