As Britain gradually lifted out of the blockade, most of the newly discovered freedoms have been literally weakened by weeks of dire straits.
After April, which is dry but colder than average, the first half of May recorded 77% of the average total rainfall for the entire month, with temperatures about 3 degrees below normal.
As a result, people all over the UK have been trembling in windswept tourist attractions and rain-soaked beer gardens before. Finally allowed internally as of Monday -When can you reasonably expect something like summer? weather arrive?
According to meteorologists, the jet stream’s location in the south of Britain has made it more stable this spring, with colder, rainier weather, usually during the time it travels to the north of the country. … apparently …
However, Met Office spokesman Oli Claydon told Sky News that wind, rain and temperature will continue to fall for the next seven days or so, but will improve next week.
“The temperature in southeast England is up to 17 degrees Celsius (63F) and should actually be a little warmer in some places over the next few days,” he said.
“After that, it is likely to return to rainy conditions nationwide, with heavy rain and wind on Thursdays and Fridays.
“But there are some early signs that higher barometric pressure could rise towards the middle of next week, which should lead to drier and warmer weather.
“There is still some uncertainty, but things should be resolved more and more from the end of May to the beginning of June,” he said.
Forecasts show that by this stage the situation is near normal, with average June temperatures of 17.3C (63.1F) across the UK, but up to 19.3C (66.7F) in the southeastern part of the UK’s warmest region. Will be.
Claydon said the weather so far this month is Record sunshine last May..
“Last year was outstanding in terms of the weather at this time of year, which now seems to be even worse,” he added.
“The weather will be a little more volatile next week, but then things should start to improve,” he said.
UK weather: When will it finally get better?Forecaster reveals “early signs” of warmth along the way | UK News
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