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UK NewsHow hot it will be where you live over the Bank Holiday weekend, according to the Met Office weather forecast

15:05  23 august  2019
15:05  23 august  2019 Source:   walesonline.co.uk

Summer's coming back! Britain is to enjoy a balmy Bank Holiday as temperatures nudge 86F at the end of the month

Summer's coming back! Britain is to enjoy a balmy Bank Holiday as temperatures nudge 86F at the end of the month Britons will be able to enjoy some sunshine over the Bank Holiday as temperatures creep up towards 30C (86F) by the end of the month. In London on Friday the mercury could reach 25C.

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There's good news if you're hoping to make the most of the August bank holiday - there's no rain in sight and the Met Office is predicting temperatures as high as 27C.

The weather does get cooler as the weekend goes on with clouds moving in before Monday but it's looking like Wales should stay dry.

Friday is set feel warm in the sunshine during the afternoon with highs of 25C.

Friday night should be clear and it will be chilly in the early hours, but sunshine is expected in most parts come Saturday morning.

The Met Office has issued a heatwave warning for most of England - urging people to stay inside from 11am to 3pm - but the warning does not cover Wales as the hottest temperatures are expected to be in the east. East Anglia could see temperatures of between 30C and 33C.

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Cardiff

Cardiff is set for another sunny and warm bank holiday weekend as the Met Office is forecasting sunshine, clear skies and temperatures in the 20s this weekend.

Saturday will be the best day - with highs of 27C and plenty of sunshine from 8am to 8pm. It will be sunny throughout the day before changing to partly cloudy by nighttime.

Sunday is looking slightly cooler, with highs of 22C but it will still be sunny with some cloudy spells.

The forecast for Monday is a similar picture with highs of 21C expected. The day will start of cloudy but this will change to sunny intervals by the late morning.


Swansea

Swansea will be cloudy with sunny intervals and highs of 23C this weekend.

Saturday will be the warmest day, with lots of sunshine expected throughout the day. Clouds will move in by nighttime, but there will still be highs of 25C and lows of 18C.

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Sunday will be cooler, with highs of 20C expected and it will be cloudy with sunny intervals. There will be lows of 14C during the night.

Monday is similar, with the weather expected to be cloudy with sunny intervals. Again, there will be highs of 20C and lows of 14C at nighttime.

Newport

It's a similar picture in Newport over the bank holiday weekend, with plenty of sunshine and warm temperatures expected.

Again, Saturday is set to be the warmed day with highs of 27C. The day will start off cloudy but this will change to sunny intervals by late morning and clear skies by 11am.

Sunday will be slightly cloudier, with sunny intervals from 7am until 1pm and clear skies from 1pm onwards. Highs of 22C.


Merthyr Tydfil

On Saturday, Merthyr is expected to be sunny throughout the day before turning to partly cloudy by nighttime.

There could be some clouds from 12pm to 1pm, but the rest off the day should be clear skies.

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The Met Office is predicting highs of 25C and lows of 14C.

Sunday will be slightly cooler with highs of 22C and lows of 13C. The day will start off cloudy with sunny intervals but the clouds should move by lunchtime.

Monday will be even cooler, with highs of 20C and lows of 12C. But again, plenty of sunshine is expected.

There will be fog over Sunday night into Monday morning, but this will clear by 10am making way for sunny intevals.


Brecon

Like most of Wales, Brecon is expected to be sunny on Saturday with clouds moving in by night-time. There will be highs of 26C and lows of 15C.

It's looking like Sunday will be cooler, with highs of 22C and lows of 13C and it will be cloudy with sunny intervals.

There's a 30% chance of rain at 10am - but it should be a light shower.

Monday will start off cloudy but this should change to sunshine by lunchtime with clear skies expected from around 7pm. There will be highs of 21C and lows of 13c.

Carmarthen

Carmarthen is looking cloudier than other parts of Wales this Bank Holiday weekend.

Saturday will start off sunny but clouds will move in at around 1pm when there will be sunny intervals.

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The Met Office forecast reads: “ The Bank Holiday weekend will be mostly fine and sunny, after any early mist and fog has cleared. “Scattered thunderstorms could affect southern and central areas at times, however, with mist and low cloud possibly affecting the east coast. “ It will be warm or very

There will be highs of 20C and lows of 14C.

Sunday will start off overcast before changing to sunny intervals by late morning. There will be highs of 20C and lows of 14C.

Monday will be mostly cloudy but there will be some sunny intervals from lunchtime. There will be highs of 20C and lows of 13C.


Caerphilly

Saturday will start off sunny but some cloud is expected to move in from around 1pm. Highs of 26C are predict along with lows of 15C.

Sunday is similar, with some clouds expected at around 10am. The rest of the day should be sunny with clear skies. There will be highs of 21C and lows of 13C.

Monday is slightly duller and will start of cloudy. This will change to sunny intervals by lunchtime. Highs of 20C and lows of 13C are expected.


Bangor

Bangor will be cooler than other parts of this Wales this weekend but it should still be pleasant.

Saturday will be sunny with some cloud throughout the day with highs of 19C and lows of 13C.

Sunshine is expected on Sunday with highs of 18C and lows of 12C while Monday will start off sunny in the morning before clouds move in from 2pm. There will be highs of 18C and lows of 13C.

How long will the heatwave last?.
The Met Office gives their forecast

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