19-Jul-2018
ukmalayaleeBack to UK News

Britain set for another scorching May Bank Holiday

LONDON May 16: Patchy rain or drizzle will affect northern England and Wales and a cooler day can be expected on Wednesday, though many places will be dry with some spells of sunshine.
 
Today a band of clouds is likely to affect southern and central areas of England, along with Wales, giving a few areas of rain, but there will be some sunshine tomorrow.
 
It will be cool on Thursday but dry, with highs of 61F (16C). On Friday, the forecast looks to be largely bright and dry, with some reasonable sunny spells. The high is 61F (16C). However, clouds will edge into the north-west later in the day with possible drizzle.
 
In good news for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, forecasters claim the 'weather gods will be smiling' on them as they walk down the aisle at St George's Chapel in Windsor on Saturday with temperatures expected to hit 73F (23C).
 
The warm spell is expected to hold out until Monday at 72F (22C) and continue throughout next week.