Today will be the last very warm day before things change.
Long spells of sunshine again, reaching 24’C, maybe 25’C. There will be some high cloud around, and there will also be some thundery showers breaking out this afternoon.
The risk seems greater over the Midlands, and this is how the ECM model handles it for 5pm, for example:
Despite the fact that the greater risk seems to be over the Midlands, I still think there is a 30% chance of a thundery shower for us, any time from 2pm – hail possible, heavy rain too.
Tonight sees cloud and cooler conditions move south, down to around 7’C.
Easter Monday will start cloudy, but the cloud will gradually shift back east to leave good spells of sunshine, in an easterly breeze – 12’C at a push.
Full update tomorrow evening.