Just when you thought that summer was done and dusted, Mother Nature is set to throw us another curve ball to end the week.
After months of unpredictable weather, forecasters are now confident that this weekend will see temperatures soar higher than Lisbon.
It’s believed that we will feel a blast of heat and sun which will see the mercury rise to 24, while the same day in Portugal is forecast to reach just 22.
So dust off your holiday wardrobe for one last outing before autumn really hits on Monday.
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Met Office forecaster Jonathan Vautrey says that following this sunny weekend a cool front is well on its way.
He told the Sun: “This will make make its way eastwards through Monday which will bring an autumnal feel with it. That will bring in a cooler and fresher feel.”
Meanwhile, another meteorologist is already making their predictions for summer 2022.
Dave took a futuristic look at the forecast for next year, tipping which months are most likely to be the best to get away.
If you are planning festivals or staycations, then weather experts reckon that certain months are best avoided unless you fancy making good use of your umbrella.
June is predicted to be another wash out, with heavy rain and wet weather predicted to hit the UK. This is bad news for the Queen who will be celebrating her 70th Jubilee during the month.
However, things are expected to take a brighter turn in July, when much of the UK is anticipated to bask in hot, dry sunshine.
If you are thinking of booking a UK based break, it’s recommended that you look at dates between 7 and 15 July. The beginning of August is also expected to be beautiful weather in the UK.
However, before all that it’s predicted that we are in for a ‘long harsh winter’ with temperatures set to plummet and rain forecast to fall.
Dave added that this winter will be the third of seven harsh ones, saying: “I’m telling you in no uncertain terms it’ll be a long and hard winter. You have to trust me.”
So get outside and enjoy the weather while you can.
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