Britain could be set for much drier and warmer conditions this weekend after a week of heavy downpours caused flooding and travel disruption. And the brighter conditions, following flooding and travel disruption yesterday, are expected to last until the start of next week.
A spokesperson for the Met Office said: “This has been a much drier and sunnier day right across the country, with temperatures back to what they should be for this of year at around 22 Celsius in the south.” The weekend outlook is even more promising with large parts of the UK set to enjoy sunshine and clear skies. Highs of 19C in the north and 22C in the south have been predicted.
The Met Office spokesperson: “There will be plenty of sunny, clear spells in the south … for the the bulk of the country, it will be generally dry and feel much warmer. Overall, Sunday looks like it will be the best day.” Met Office forecaster Emma Salter said: “It is actually looking like a pretty decent weekend. Saturday and Sunday should be generally fine and dry for most people.”