T-shirt weather is here as Brits to bask in 18C in matter of days

It's finally time to dust the cobwebs off those T-shirts at the back of your wardrobe with residents in Hull forecast to be basking in 18C heat by Thursday (March 30).

With the clocks having gone forward, the lighter nights will also make it feel like spring is now upon us.

Away from Humberside, London and Manchester are predicted to be only marginally cooler at 17C on Thursday with "two warm spells" on the horizon over the next few weeks.

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It follows the recent bitterly cold weather that saw temperatures plunge, bringing heavy snow.

The UK has had a week of heavy rain following the cold weather which triggered dozens of warnings from the Met Office.

But, before the sunshine returns, the country should brace for another cold snap.

Recent UK weather maps from WXCHARTS show the frosty weather experienced in some parts of the country this weekend are likely to head into next week, with an increasing risk of snow across northern areas.

But, according to AccuWeather, temperatures could hit 20C or even higher around the middle of next week, while another warm snap could see the mercury surging again to as high as 19C in and around Easter weekend.

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"There will be two warm spells," lead long range forecaster and senior meteorologist Paul Pastelok told Express.co.uk. "The first may be a bit on the wet side middle of next week. Temperatures, because of the rain and clouds, will probably reach between 16-18C."

Today (Sunday, March 26) the wet weather will continue with highs of 9C forecast for areas including London and Manchester.

While the rain will return throughout the week, the last few days of March are forecast to be filled with clear blue skies and warm sunshine of up to 20C.

Mr Pastelok continued: "The rain and clouds may prevent temperatures from reaching 20C or higher. If there are breaks, then there is a better chance."


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