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It will reportedly hit temperatures of up to 22C across Liverpool for the Bank Holiday Weekend.
Friday will see a chance of light rain and wind and highs of 15C, with Saturday seeing a gentle breeze with little chance of rain and highs of 19C.
Then, as we move into Sunday and Monday, temperatures will rise again to highs of 22C and sunshine, with little chance of rain.
Temperatures look set to remain in the 20s until the middle of next week, although there is less certainty about the weather beyond Wednesday, the Met Office said.
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— Met Office (@metoffice) May 27, 2021
“There will be a transition from cold weather into a fine and settled period of weather over the bank holiday and early parts of next weeks.
“Areas on the east coast may be cooler because of a breeze from the North Sea.
“Most areas should see some sunshine this weekend.
“It may feel cooler in the mornings.”
The warmer weather marks a welcome break from the rain that has dominated the UK since the start of the month.
According to Met Office figures it has been the 10th wettest May on record with England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland all recording rainfall above the average amount predicted at this point in May.
Parts of Scotland and northern England even saw snow at the beginning of the month when temperatures reached -5.5C.
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