Weather forecast in United Kingdom: Britain is hotter than Madrid & # 39; since the winds of the Azores bring heat 20C


Britain should be hotter than Madrid, as hot air blows from the Azores and sends temperatures near 20ºC, according to some forecasts.

Wednesday is the first day of spring, and the season is beginning with a mild and relatively calm start a few days after much of the country was hit by strong winds and heavy rain or snow.

The Met Office is predicting drought conditions with a bit of hot sunshine in places and temperatures that go from the middle to the teen.

However, some predictions state that the temperature can reach 20C if there is prolonged sunshine.

A mild climate is expected on Wednesday and Thursday

Temperatures will be about eight degrees above the average on Wednesday and Thursday, thanks to the warm air coming from the Azores.

London, Aberdeen and parts of Lincolnshire and East Anglia and London could reach 17C.

The average maximum temperature for the UK in March is 8.9C.

The eastern regions of the country, which are protected from the west winds, are likely to see the best of the sun and warmer weather, the Met Office said.

Much of the UK will have double digits on Wednesday

Spokesman Richard Miles said: "If the sun goes out in sunny periods, they can reach 17ºC maximum temperature, but most temperatures will be more in the middle of adolescence.

"It will be fairly light everywhere, but it's just that those maximum temperatures are more likely to be on the eastern side of the country."

It is likely that the Midlands see 15C and West Wales around 12C.

Northern Ireland will continue to experience a rainy and stormy weather, especially along the coast, and temperatures are unlikely to rise above 15 ° C.

The Met Office is forecasting some hot sun in the next two days

Temperatures should cool a bit toward the weekend, but the weather will remain stable, Miles added.

"There will be some rain, possibly in the northwest, but most places will be reasonably dry and fairly mild," he said.

"On Saturday there are some possible rain outbreaks in the south."

The driest, warmest climate will come as a welcome relief after heavy rains over the weekend, with parts of Wales taking a half-month rainfall in the space of a day.

Stormy rains are expected in the north as of Friday

The highest temperature of the year so far is 21.2 ° C, recorded last month in Kew, southwest London.

The highest recorded March temperature is 25.6 ° C in Cambridgeshire in 1968.

Met Office five-day weather forecast


Torrential rains in southern Scotland, north-west England and Northern Ireland will soon move north and become heavier.

Elsewhere, it will be quite cloudy and dry, but there will be some warm sunshine as well.

Turning windy in the north of Scotland after.

Wednesday night

The northern tip of Scotland will be wet and windy, with occasional heavy rains.

Otherwise, mostly cloudy, with drizzly drizzle over western hills.

Risk of fog in the south of England.


Thursday will be quite cloudy, but with some hot sun sometimes too.

The rain, which will be occasionally heavy, in northern Scotland will continue, with strong winds.

Friday to Sunday

The cloudy, windy and moderate regime will be replaced by a more sunny and cool climate.

Stormy rains in the north and northwest will continue.

Making the refrigerator on Sunday


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