The Met Office weather forecast for West Berkshire predicts above average temperatures from May 8, bringing dry and sunny weather
A warm, sunny spell could soon turn West Berkshire’s gray weather into something more spring-like, according to the Met Office.
After a scorching Easter holiday, the start of May and its bank holidays turned into a much cooler affair for the most part with cloudy skies, cooler temperatures and windy conditions along the coast.
But things could be about to improve, Met Office forecasters say, with most of the country likely to see a return to more spring-like conditions in the days and weeks ahead.
While the southeast could see some rain on Friday, which could be heavy at times, calmer weather should then follow, hopefully in time for the weekend.
The Met Office forecast for England on Friday, Saturday and Sunday says temperatures will be warmer, particularly in the south, but there will be the ongoing risk of a downpour or two.
But it’s its weather forecast for the next 10 days that’s guaranteed to lift our spirits – with the long-range forecast pointing to the potential for a longer spell of considerably warmer weather if things go as planned.
It might be necessary to have sunscreen on hand from early next week as weather watchers expect dry weather for most areas after Sunday which will bring long sunny spells. duration and much warmer days and milder evenings.
While northern towns can see occasional showers and somewhat cooler temperatures by comparison – better weather is expected to arrive for most places from Sunday when the mercury in London and the Home Counties in particular, could swing around 20°C for a number of days.
Temperatures, according to the Met Office, could rise continuously above average over the next 10-day week, with forecasters saying early indications show it could be ‘very hot’ for next weekend .