UK weather: Brits to bask in 23C sunshine today… and it's going to get even BETTER – making it hotter than Ibiza | The Sun

BRITS are set to bask in 23C sunshine today and it's expected to get even better – making the UK hotter than Ibiza.

The Met Office is forecasting more days of summer bliss as we look forward to the weekend.

Forecasting "another week of strong sunshine", temperatures will even reach 25C in some areas.

However today's forecast sees a grey start with a chance of drizzle in some parts and single figure temperatures making it "chilly".

But as we enter this afternoon, it's expected to brighten up in the south of England.

London, Southampton and Plymouth will hit around 21 and 22C, according to the latest forecasts.


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But while it starts to get warmer in those parts, people near the coast in Norwich, Hull and Newcastle, will only get highs of around 13C.

Scotland isn't expected to get much more heat, with the forecast estimating around 15C in the north.

From Wednesday onwards though, conditions are predicted to improve.

It will reach highs of 23C in the south of England with Glasgow just one degree lower.

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The West Midlands and Manchester will hit 19C.

Thursday is expected to really heat up with highs of 24C beaming down on Cardiff, say the Met Office.

And Friday could be hotter than the Spanish Island of Ibiza in some parts of the country.

With highs of 25C expected for the capital of Wales, London will reach 24C – making it the same temperature as the party destination.

Ibiza will hit highs of 24C today before slightly dropping off to 23C on Wednesday.

The Midlands and the north of England will stay in the low 20s.

High pollen levels can also be expected along with high UV levels.

Met Office Chief Meteorologist, Paul Gundersen, said: “As with last week, the sunniest and warmest weather will be to the west of the UK with cooler, cloudier conditions persisting in the east for the next few days.

"The cloud will push inland across the country overnight, burning back to the east coast by day.

"Cloud amounts may vary day to day which will affect the feel of the weather in some areas.

"There is a small risk of an isolated shower across northern areas on Wednesday.

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"The weather could become hotter,  and more humid, possibly reaching mid-to high twenties Celsius in places, particularly in the south, by the weekend.

"This brings a risk of scattered showers or thunderstorms in the South West later on Friday and into Saturday, although such developments are currently somewhat uncertain."

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