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Southern England set for 'unseasonably' warm weather

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Throw open the double doors of outside garden rooms and retrieve the flip-flops from the back of the wardrobe as weather in the south of England is forecast to hit an irresistible 20C (68F) this week, according to forecasters cited by guardian.co.uk.

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Throw open the double doors of outside garden rooms and retrieve the flip-flops from the back of the wardrobe as weather in the south of England is forecast to hit an irresistible 20C (68F) this week, according to forecasters cited by guardian.co.uk. The South West, South East and East Anglia will all be subject to 'unseasonably warm conditions' for late April, with temperatures predicted to reach a peak of 22C (71F) in some areas. This marks a sizeable contrast to the average weather temperature - 13C to 14C (55-57F) - recorded in late April, adds thisislocallondon.co.uk. However, Scotland and Northern Ireland will not be participants in the south of England's mini-heatwave as forecasters believe these regions will stick to the average of 9-12C (48-53F). The north of England and the Midlands could experience highs of 16C (60F). Brendan Jones, forecaster for the Press Association's weather division MeteoGroup, believes the north of the country may not experience such high temperatures as the south but it will by no means experience winter weather. "For the south of the country the warm weather is going to hang around on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, but it's certainly fairly cool for the north of the country," he said. However, Friday could see a return to cooler temperatures as Jones believes it looks "as if it's going to turn cold from the north everywhere".

Author:

Ashley Curtis

22nd April 2013