US News Spring sunshine brings hottest day so far with temperatures passing 19C

18:30  07 april  2018
18:30  07 april  2018 Source:   pressassociation.com

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England has enjoyed its hottest day of the year so far with temperatures of 19 C - more than double the spring average. Many took to the water in T-shirts and sunglasses as East Anglia and the South of England bathed in a day of glorious sunshine and temperatures hotter than the Greek Islands.

Temperatures pass 19 C as Britons enjoy hottest day this year. As the spring sunshine has sent us into double-digits, Britain’s temperatures have reached their highest point of the year so far .

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Spring sunshine has brought Britain its hottest day of the year so far, with temperatures passing 19C.

A warm wind from the south has sent the mercury rising, with parts of the country enjoying fine and bright weather.

  Spring sunshine brings hottest day so far with temperatures passing 19C © PA Friday’s 17.3C high – the hottest of the year so far – was surpassed in Gravesend, Kent, where temperatures reached 19.4C on Saturday afternoon.

The Met Office said this makes it the warmest day since October 25 last year, when temperatures reached a high of 19.6C in Wisley, Surrey.

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People enjoy the spring sunshine while out punting on the River Cam in Cambridge today as ‘Tomorrow is likely to be the warmest day of the year so far . The highest temperatures of 17C are But the front will bring cloud and reduce temperatures for the weekend, making it closer to the

Britain is set for 'wall-to-wall sunshine ' and we could see the warmest day of the year so far with temperatures reaching up to 19 C (66F). Pictured, a busy Old Portsmouth seafront beach at the Hot Walls on the Hampshire coast today.

But Met Office meteorologist Helen Roberts warned the warm weather is not set to last, with showers in the north and west, and outbreaks of rain across central and eastern areas on Sunday.

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