On Thursday forecasters predict it will be a bright and sunny start to the day for many but with some patches of cloud as the temperature rises to near-20C in the south
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Brits can look forward to another hot and sunny day with high temperatures forecast to reach up to 18C in the south.
But it won’t last long with a cold snap expected to freeze the nation from next week with predictions of snow and sub-zero temperatures for some.
On Thursday forecasters predict it will be a bright and sunny start to the day for many but with some patches of cloud.
Conditions are then expected to turn brighter again by the afternoon where the dry, sunny weather will see temperatures reach highs of about 18C.
The warmest of these will be in the south of the country.
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The Met Office said in its forecast that Brits should expect ‘sunny spells for most’ as it turns warm for much of the south and west.
But it will turn cloudier with some spots of rain as temperatures drop by the evening, forecasters said.
It comes before parts of Britain are set to be plunged into sub-zero temperatures from next week, days after scorching temperatures and a balmy Easter weekend.
A Met Office forecaster warned temperatures could plummet in the early parts of next week after Brits enjoyed the hottest day of the year on Good Friday.
Temperatures are to drop to as low as 4C in London next week, and as cold as freezing in Scotland, parts of Belfast and across parts of northern England.
Met Office forecaster Tom Morgan told the Express that “some rural spots” could even see lows of -3C in overnight frosts during the first part of the week.
UK Weather Forecast
Sunny spells for most, and turning warm for much of the south and west. Feeling cooler near North Sea coasts as the easterly breeze increases; rather misty and grey for some, especially eastern Scotland at first and northeast England later.
Low cloud and mist returning to some eastern counties. The south also turning cloudier with time, perhaps the odd spot of rain. Northwest and western areas clearer and perhaps chilly.
Low cloud in some eastern areas tending to disperse, leaving sunshine across many northern areas; fairly warm in the northwest. Southern parts of UK, cloudier and cooler, scattered afternoon showers.