Jubilee weather forecast LIVE – Bank Holiday SAVED as experts predict sunshine to blast away rain for weekend


THE Bank Holiday weekend is set to be SAVED by a plume of tropical air that will blast away this week’s miserable downpours, experts say.

Heavy rain over the next couple of days will clear up and make way for gorgeous weather in time for the Queen’s Jubilee weekend, according to the Met Office.

Deputy chief meteorologist Helen Caughey said: “While it may be an unsettled start for some with showers for northern and western areas, many areas will see generally settled conditions over much of the long Jubilee Weekend, with plenty of dry weather and good spells of sunshine.

Temperatures will be widely into the low 20s, feeling warmer in the sunshine, although temperatures will drop off quickly into the evenings.”

However, high pressure could spark some heavy downpours, she warned.

She said: “The main source of any uncertainty for the weekend itself is to do with how far a plume of warm air to the south encroaches over southern areas of the UK.”

“At present it’s looking like it could glance the far southeast on Saturday and Sunday, which would bring with it the risk of some showers, although the heaviest showers look likely to be contained over the continent.”

Read our UK weather live blog below for the latest forecasts and info…

  • Joggers snapped running in Windsor ahead of the Jubilee crowds

    People were snapped enjoying the greenery and the sunshine earlier yesterday.

    The weather could turn for the worst later on in the week, so Brits have been making the most of the sporadic sunshine.

    Windsor residents also made the most of the scenery, before the crowds and tourists flock into the town for the Queen’s Jubilee this weekend.

    The long walk in Windsor is the ultimate running track, with breath taking views.

    Credit: SWNS
  • Beaches packed as people flock to soak up the sun

    The weather was scorching today in Dorset, and holidaymakers were snapped flocking to the beach.

    Dorset beaches were packed today as the weather heats up during sunny spells.

    Lyme Regis resort holidaymakers pitched up camp on the beach and enjoyed gorgeous sunshine.

    Today Dorset saw highs of around 18C today.

    Credit: ©Graham Hunt
  • Bank holiday Friday could be HOT

    Looks as though temperatures might be creeping up despite the wash out Jubilee weekend forecasters have predicted.

    According to WX Charts, the weather could be relatively warm on Friday.

    It looks as though Friday will be the warmest day of the bank holiday weekend.

    London and the south east of England could see highs of 19C, with Norwich being as warm as 17C.

    The rest of the UK including Scotland might average at around 15C to 18C.

  • Wild weather in Gary Lineker’s garden

    The football legend took to Twitter to show off the icy hailstones falling from the sky yesterday.

    He simply wrote: “Summer.”

    The video showed huge hailstones hammering it down over his patio.

    Hilarious Twitter users replied, with snaps of them away on their holidays, soaking up the sun.

    One wrote: “Oh dear! Yet another balmy day here in Indonesia! 36°C! Hohum!”

    A second added: “Don’t know what you’re talking about mate 27°c.”

  • UV and Pollen warnings

    Brits have been issued warnings for pollen and UV levels this week.

    Those in London and Exeter will face high levels of pollen on Thursday and Friday.

    There will also be high UV levels in Edinburgh, Leeds, London and Exeter on Thursday and Friday.

  • Met Office gives update to kick off Jubilee weekend

    Some Twitter users had some scathing remarks however.

    The Met Office shared a Tweet outlining tomorrow’s weather, ahead of the Queen’s Jubilee weekend.

    But some Twitter users had some scathing remarks commented on the Tweet.

    One wrote: “i hope heavy rain ruins it all.”

    Another said: “Can you make it downpour on all the street parties please.”

  • Scotland, northern Ireland and England could have GLORIOUS weather this week

    Rain and storms look as though they could batter the rest of the UK this weekend, during the Queen’s Jubilee.

    Torrential rain could hit the south of England this weekend.

    Despite the wash out weather for the south, it looks as though the weather will be bright and dry for the north of England and Scotland and Ireland.

    Mild weather, cloud cover and the short isolated shower here and there is much better then the torrential rain the rest of the UK might be faced with!

  • Gloomy beach weather today in North Tynside

    Snaps were taken of the grey weather in Tynemouth beach today.

    Today was meant to be the first day of summer, however it doesn’t look too sunny today for Brits.

    However, that didn’t stop beachgoers catching waves and surfing this morning.

    Others took their dogs for a leisurely stroll and swim.

    Credit: NNP
  • Odds slashed on Jubilee WASHOUT

    Ladbrokes have slashed odds on this weekend being a Jubilee WASHOUT.

    With heavy rain set to batter Britain and despite the high temperatures, the bookies now make it just a 6/4 shot (from 3/1) that the upcoming extended Bank Holiday weekend plays host to the wettest day of the year so far.

    Alex Apati of Ladbrokes said: “A literal damper could be about to be put on the Queen’s Jubilee weekend, with record-breaking rain set to fall over the coming days.”

  • Stunning starlight scenes captured in Dorset

    The milky way was photographed in the early hours of this morning.

    A dazzling photo was taken of the milk way which was glowing above St Catherine’s Chapel in Abbotsbury.

    St Catherine’s Chapel was built by monks in the 14th century, and overlooks Chesil Beach.

    It is situated in an Area of Outstanding Beauty, and it is easy to see why.

    Credit: ©Graham Hunt
  • Satellite images of the UK shows wispy cloud cover

    The most up to date satellite images of the UK’s weather have just gone live.

    The Tweet from UK Weather Updates has shown lots of cloud cover over the British Isles, as the sun dips behind the clouds every now and again today.

    Brits saw highs of around 18C today in some areas, however in the shady cloud cover, it got quite chilly.

  • Joggers snapped running in Windsor ahead of the Jubilee crowds

    People were snapped enjoying the greenery and the sunshine earlier today.

    The weather could turn for the worst later on in the week, so Brits have been making the most of the sporadic sunshine.

    Windsor residents also made the most of the scenery, before the crowds and tourists flock into the town for the Queen’s Jubilee this weekend.

    The long walk in Windsor is the ultimate running track, with breath taking views.

    Runners out in Windsor in the morning sun shine with much of the U.K expecting sun shine and showers over the next few days and in to the weekend
    Runners out in Windsor in the morning sun shine with much of the U.K expecting sun shine and showers over the next few days and in to the weekendCredit: SWNS
  • Beaches packed as people flock to soak up the sun

    The weather was scorching today in Dorset, and holidaymakers were snapped flocking to the beach.

    Dorset beaches were packed today as the weather heats up during sunny spells.

    Lyme Regis resort holidaymakers pitched up camp on the beach and enjoyed gorgeous sunshine.

    Today Dorset saw highs of around 18C today.

    The beach is packed as holidaymakers and sunbathers flock to the seaside resort of Lyme Regis in Dorset to enjoy the spells of scorching hot sunshine on the first day of meteorological summer during the half term holidays
    The beach is packed as holidaymakers and sunbathers flock to the seaside resort of Lyme Regis in Dorset to enjoy the spells of scorching hot sunshine on the first day of meteorological summer during the half term holidaysCredit: ©Graham Hunt
  • Bank holiday Friday could be HOT

    Looks as though temperatures might be creeping up despite the wash out Jubilee weekend forecasters have predicted.

    According to WX Charts, the weather could be relatively warm on Friday.

    It looks as though Friday will be the warmest day of the bank holiday weekend.

    London and the south east of England could see highs of 19C, with Norwich being as warm as 17C.

    The rest of the UK including Scotland might average at around 15C to 18C.

  • Wild weather in Gary Lineker’s garden

    The football legend took to Twitter to show off the icy hailstones falling from the sky yesterday.

    He simply wrote: “Summer.”

    The video showed huge hailstones hammering it down over his patio.

    Hilarious Twitter users replied, with snaps of them away on their holidays, soaking up the sun.

    One wrote: “Oh dear! Yet another balmy day here in Indonesia! 36°C! Hohum!”

    A second added: “Don’t know what you’re talking about mate 27°c.”

  • Forecast for the rest of the day

    Brits will see varied weather today, as the sun plays hide and seek behind the clouds.

    There could be plenty of rainy outbreaks scattered across the British Isles, as the sun dips behind clouds.

    Temperatures will likely drop as the day goes on, and the Midlands and Wales will see lots of showers.

    The north of the UK will be mostly dry and in some parts, relatively sunny.

    Clear skies tonight will make this evening quite chilly and mercury drops.

  • Met Office gives update to kick off Jubilee weekend

    Some Twitter users had some scathing remarks however.

    The Met Office shared a Tweet outlining tomorrow’s weather, ahead of the Queen’s Jubilee weekend.

    But some Twitter users had some scathing remarks commented on the Tweet.

    One wrote: “i hope heavy rain ruins it all.”

    Another said: “Can you make it downpour on all the street parties please.”

  • Scotland, northern Ireland and England could have GLORIOUS weather this week

    Rain and storms look as though they could batter the rest of the UK this weekend, during the Queen’s Jubilee.

    Torrential rain could hit the south of England this weekend.

    Despite the wash out weather for the south, it looks as though the weather will be bright and dry for the north of England and Scotland and Ireland.

    Mild weather, cloud cover and the short isolated shower here and there is much better then the torrential rain the rest of the UK might be faced with!

  • Gloomy beach weather today in North Tynside

    Snaps were taken of the grey weather in Tynemouth beach today.

    Today was meant to be the first day of summer, however it doesn’t look too sunny today for Brits.

    However, that didn’t stop beachgoers catching waves and surfing this morning.

    Others took their dogs for a leisurely stroll and swim.

    Gloomy scenes on Tynemouth beach, in North Tyneside, as rain leads to a washout on the first day of meteorological summer this morning
    Gloomy scenes on Tynemouth beach, in North Tyneside, as rain leads to a washout on the first day of meteorological summer this morningCredit: NNP
  • Odds slashed on Jubilee WASHOUT

    Ladbrokes have slashed odds on this weekend being a Jubilee WASHOUT.

    With heavy rain set to batter Britain and despite the high temperatures, the bookies now make it just a 6/4 shot (from 3/1) that the upcoming extended Bank Holiday weekend plays host to the wettest day of the year so far.

    Alex Apati of Ladbrokes said: “A literal damper could be about to be put on the Queen’s Jubilee weekend, with record-breaking rain set to fall over the coming days.”

  • Stunning starlight scenes captured in Dorset

    The milky way was photographed in the early hours of this morning.

    A dazzling photo was taken of the milk way which was glowing above St Catherine’s Chapel in Abbotsbury.

    St Catherine’s Chapel was built by monks in the 14th century, and overlooks Chesil Beach.

    It is situated in an Area of Outstanding Beauty, and it is easy to see why.

    Credit: ©Graham Hunt
  • Wednesday to Saturday London forecast

    Sunny spells and showers once again after a dry, bright start.

    The showers more isolated compared to Tuesday, but still heavy and thundery in places.

    Light winds with maximum temperatures reaching 20 °C.

    Dry and sunny on Thursday remaining mostly fine, dry and bright Friday.

    Isolated heavy, thundery showers during Saturday, but most places dry, bright, turning warmer towards the end of the week.

  • UV and Pollen warnings

    Brits have been issued warnings for pollen and UV levels this week.

    Those in London and Exeter will face high levels of pollen on Thursday and Friday.

    There will also be high UV levels in Edinburgh, Leeds, London and Exeter on Thursday and Friday.

  • UK weather outlook for Thursday and Friday

    Thursday will be mainly dry and bright with long spells of spring sunshine however some patchy cloud cover will tend to build at times and there is a slim chance of a shower.

    Friday will continue largely dry with lots of sunshine however it will be cloudy with rain outbreaks in Northern Ireland and northwestern England.

  • Today’s forecast

    A mostly dry and bright start to the day with early sunny spells however variable amounts of cloud will build during the day bringing a chance of showers which may merge into longer spells of rain and be locally heavy and thundery.

    Cloud will break and sunny spells will develop during the afternoon from the southwest.





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