With temperatures in London exceeding 22 degrees Celsius on Good Friday, it has definitely become the hottest day of the year.

As the holiday weekend develops, temperatures will stay warm – especially in the south – with high teens expected across most parts of the world.

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Temperatures of 15 degrees to 25 degrees are expected over the next four days, with a dramatic drop in temperatures following the weekend.

“It’s a bit of a mixed picture as far as weather is concerned during the long Easter weekend, although feeling warm in areas, at least early in the weekend,” Dan Rudman, Deputy Chief Meteorologist, said.



“A low-pressure system in the northwest part of Europe will bring unstable weather to the north, with some strong winds and rain possible, potentially affecting driving conditions for some.”

According to the different Meteorological offices, Easter Saturday will start cloudy in the northwest, with some light showers. Fine weather is forecast everywhere, however, there may be some light winds.

Due to low overcast, temperatures around the coast may be cooler, and showers are possible in the southeast. The Meteorological Department predicts that the same weather will prevail on Sunday.

There may have been some speculation that a heatwave would occur over the Easter weekend, but the Met Office’s weather forecasts indicate that this is unlikely.

Temperatures in the late teens and early twenties are expected over the next four days, with a dramatic drop in temperatures following the weekend.

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