Temperatures are expected to soar and 2015 could bring the country’s hottest ever spring and summer
Grab your shades and suncream because Britain is on course for a three-month heatwave.
Temperatures are expected to soar and 2015 could bring the country’s hottest ever spring and summer.
From Wednesday the Met Office expects temperatures to reach 23C and also predicts highs of 30C arriving earlier than usual.
The Met Office briefed the Government and councils this week on the heat expected to arrive in July, according to The Sun .
The Met Office’s three-month, April-June, contingency forecast has not been released to the public.
The scorching weather is expected to last until the end of June.
The Met Office also said this weekend’s mixed weather is only a blip – with “very warm” temperatures and the “hottest days of the year” ahead as hot air surges north from southern Europe.
Britain has already had a glimmer of what is to come after Friday’s 21.9C heat, although in parts of the country it brought with it toxic smog and Saharan dust, causing problems for those with breathing difficulties.