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Today the UK’s climate will take a flip for the more severe simply 24 hours after giant swathes of the nation loved heat climate.

On Saturday, temperatures within the south and south east of the UK rose shut to twenty levels because the UK basked in April sunshine.

On Sunday, nonetheless, elements of the UK will as soon as once more be struck by chilly winds, icy rain, and low temperatures throughout one of the vital meteorologically changeable months of the yr.

Forecasts have instructed that the climate shall be far wetter as we speak, notably in northern elements of England and in some coastal areas.

Speaking forward of as we speak’s climate, meteorologist Ellie Glaisyer warned it will be a colder begin for a lot of this morning with decrease peak temperatures in comparison with Saturday.

She warned {that a} low-pressure system within the north of the nation was the rationale behind the sudden change in circumstances.

Ms Glaisyer defined: “Lower pressure sits out towards the north of the UK, slowly sinking its way southwards – for the rest of the weekend and into the start of the working week, it will bring with it some colder north-westerly winds.”

Ms Glaisyer’s predictions for as we speak are mirrored within the Met Office’s short-term forecast with warnings in regards to the affect of the wind on how circumstances will really feel.

The Met Office mentioned: “Dry and breezy for many in southern parts with hazy sunshine, whilst showers become more frequent and blustery across the north.

“Isolated thunder and hail continue, turning wintry over the hills. Feeling cold, especially in the strong winds.”

The colder climate follows a baking day within the UK with temperatures averaging round 14 levels and peaking at 21.4 levels in Writtle, Essex.

Speaking to the Express earlier this week in regards to the sudden change in climate circumstances, climate professional Jim Dale confirmed that issues would hold altering throughout this a part of the month.

Mr Dale mentioned: “The weather conditions are likely to swing up and down in the coming days.

“Sometimes it will stay quite warm, for instance, this Friday and Saturday, and back to being a bit cooler on Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday.”