Britain is set for a spring sizzle as the Met Office forecasts hotter-than-average temperatures for three months.
Today nudged 17C keeping beaches, parks and gardens busy – and tomorrow’s highs of up to 20C are set to make it the hottest day of the year so far.
‘BBQ Sunday’ could be hotter than the Mediterranean at 20C beating the highest temperature so far in 2016, the 18.7C at Braemar, Aberdeenshire, on March 17.
The south will enjoy the best of the weather but parts of the north can look forward to temperatures almost double the average for the time of year too.
MeteoGroup forecast highs over 19C in East Anglia for Sunday and said: “Could we see the first 20C of the year?”
Meanwhile a Met Office forecaster said: “Parts could see 18C. It’ll feel warm in any prolonged sunshine.”
People enjoying the warm weather in Hyde Park, London, as Britain could bask in the warmest weather of the year this weekend as temperatures soar to 19C (66.2F).
LONDON SPRING EVENTS