UK weather Bank Holiday forecast – Brits to be LASHED by rain as temperatures plunge to single digits tomorrow


 IT’S LOOKING to be a cold one as temperatures look set to dip into single digits for much of Tuesday before the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.

WXCHARTS suggests temperatures in the Welsh capital of Cardiff will likely vary from around 4C to 13C.

Temperatures in the south east and London could reach as high as 15C. But the central belt of Scotland will rise this morning with mercury at just 2C.

And over 15mm of rainfall is forecast to fall in Lincolnshire and 21mm is set to fall in the area just below Aberdeen by the end of the day.

The Met Office forecast for Tuesday said: “Sunny spells and showers, these heavy with hail and thunder in the east and north.

“Best of sunshine in southwestern areas for the afternoon, but cloudier with rain in Northern Ireland. Still on the cool side.

“A few showers in northeast, whilst rain across Northern Ireland moves east into northwest England, Wales and the northwest Midlands.

“Chilly in the south with a few fog patches.”

Looking ahead to the remainder of the week, the UK’s national weather service added: “Rain across central areas moving east and turning showery through the morning.

“Some heavy showers across northern and eastern England. Drier in west and north with sunny spells.

“Most areas mainly dry on Thursday and Friday, but showers likely in the north and west.

“Sunny spells Saturday, but risk of some heavy showers across central southern areas.”

It has already been said that the weather for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee bank holiday looks unclear – and it could be a washout across the country.

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