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Winter finally over as forecasters predict spring sun on its way

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The reign of 2013's seemingly unrelenting cold snap finally appears to be over as forecasters believe spring will bloom next week.

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The reign of 2013's seemingly unrelenting cold snap finally appears to be over as forecasters believe spring will bloom next week. Temperatures in the UK are due to reach levels more commonly associated with the season as the Jetstream seems set to move north over the weekend, leading to more spring-like conditions. Previous weeks have seen the Jetstream positioned below the UK, hence the prolonged cold snap, claims thisisgloucestershire.co.uk. The upcoming sun should be pleasing to sunseekers up and down the country while those with contemporary garden buildings in their back garden may want to open the double doors and set up deck chairs in preparation for the warm weather. Billy Payne, a forecaster for the Press Association, commented on the weather change to sky.com: "...We are seeing change on the way through tomorrow, with heavy rain pushing north and bringing temperatures up with milder air before things get warmer next week. "By Sunday and into Monday temperatures should be driving towards 20C in the south east and East Anglia, and double digits in Scotland and the north of England," he added. According to Met Office, average temperatures between March 1 and 26 were just 2.5C, making it the coldest March since 1962 and the fourth coolest since records began in 1910.

Author:

Ashley Curtis

10th April 2013