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Met Office says there will be no ‘Spanish plume’

by LLB Reporter
29th Apr 19 3:33 pm

The Met Office has now dismissed suggestions that Britain will have temperatures reaching 26c on May bank holiday next week.

The so called “Spanish plume” was reported to have hit the UK next Monday or Tuesday, but the Met Office has said the bank holiday weekend will be largely dry and cooler temperatures of 17c to 18c.

The Met Office website says, “Some showery rain pushes south eastwards on Friday, interspersed with brighter spells.

“Colder, showery conditions will spread into the north later, with the showers turning wintry over the Scottish mountains.

“During the Bank Holiday weekend, a pattern of generally dry weather is likely to develop, with some sunshine across most parts, although western and northern areas may eventually see some unsettled and windier conditions later.

“After a cold start for many, day time temperatures are more likely to become warm again by the end of the weekend.

“Nights may be fairly cold, with some late frost likely.

“How long the settled weather continues is uncertain and there remains a chance of spells of wet, windy and cooler weather at times, especially in the west and north.”

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