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Temperatures are expected to drop next week in the southwest after this weekend’s mini heat wave, experts say.

Mercury is expected to climb to and above 18 ° C on Friday and Saturday, as Britons get a taste of the summer sun.

However, the heat could end with the week ahead, with the early parts of next week expected to see temperatures drop and clouds shift.

In Bristol, the mercury is expected to drop to around 12 ° C by Wednesday, with cloudier days becoming the norm instead of this week’s wall-to-wall sunshine.

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Met Office forecasters predict similar temperature reductions in Gloucestershire and Somerset.

Long-term forecasts for the UK between Tuesday (April 27) and May 5 indicate more volatile weather conditions could be on the way next week, including rain and a potential drop in temperatures.

The Met Office says, “There is the threat of some rains and showers in the north and east, as well as the possibility of rain rising from the south and affecting southern parts of the country later.

“Throughout this period, there is also a continued threat of rural frost and scattered fog where the winds drop light.

“Temperatures are quite uncertain depending on where the high pressure area resides, particularly in the east where temperatures are likely to struggle above average.”

The Met Office forecast for the Southwest

Tonight and tonight:

Remaining settled in the evening but becoming cool overnight. Clear skies across the region with a risk of rural frost to the east. Windy in Devon and Cornwall with a risk of gales around exposed areas. Minimum temperature 3 ° C.


Still a cold start but soon hot and sunny. The sun is getting hazy in some areas due to high clouds. Keeps windy in the west with a risk of a coastal gale. Maximum temperature 18 ° C.

Perspectives from Saturday to Monday:

Remaining largely dry throughout this period and feeling hot throughout the day, with continued risk of rural frosts overnight. Strong winds in Cornwall and Devon gradually abate through Monday.

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This notice was published: 2021-04-22 16:48:49