London is set for the best weather on Thursday where temperatures could reach 16 degrees
Yesterday’s chilly conditions are set to improve with much of the country able to look forward to some patches of sun today.
The forecast for Thursday looks fairly dry for most of the country, with the best of the sun found in the south-west and the north-east.
High pressure over the UK will keep the rain away for most regions.
After a slow start, temperatures are expected to hit 16 degrees centigrade in London at lunchtime while Cardiff, Exeter and most of the south coast will enjoy some sunny conditions.
A stiff breeze in the far north will bring some cooler temperatures, while the west coast of Scotland could see a few showers.
Manchester and Sheffield are likely to experience some cloudy conditions for much of the day.
Thursday morning will be generally cloudy with a few sunny spells
The north-west will see some intermittent sun but temperatures are not expected to rise above 13 degrees, while it feel a bit warmer in north-eastern cities including Newcastle and York.
Northern Ireland will be mainly dry and cloudy, although there’ll be some patches of sun in the afternoon with a maximum temperature in Belfast of 13 degrees centigrade.
Windy conditions in Scotland will keep the temperature around nine or 10 degrees for most parts, although most of the country will escape any wet weather.
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Despite some chilly winds, temperatures across the country are not expected to dip below around nine degrees.
The dry conditions are expected to continue throughout the evening and overnight, although a touch of frost may develop in some more northerly areas.
There will be a high pollen count across much of the south.