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We know it's probably not the most ideal time, but there's a heatwave coming to the UK this weekend and it's definitely something to look forward to.
On Sunday 5th April, the south-east of England will reach temperatures of up to 20 degrees celsius, so crack those isolation windows open and... stick your head out?
It's true, unless you have a garden, you'll struggle to make the most of the warm weather, but you can still enjoy it on your one allocated walk a day.
While temperatures are set to reach 20 degrees celsius in London and the south east on Sunday - and at least 18-19 degrees celsius in northern parts of the country - it will be a short heatwave, with temperatures dropping again on Monday.
A Met Office spokesperson told Tyla: "It will be a pleasant day on both Saturday and Monday but the temperatures will peak on Sunday.
"On the east of the country there will be clearer skies, plenty of sunshine and that's where you'll be able to see the higher temperatures of 20 degrees.
"In the far north west of the UK, it's going to be cloudier with some rain around. In general there is more cloud on the west side of the country on Sunday, but the north west will see a little drizzle and rain fall.
"That will push through during the day. There could be stronger winds, but Manchester will still reach temperatures of 18-19, as well as Birmingham.
"Bristol will also reach up to 19 degrees and even Newcastle will reach highs of 18. Everywhere will see warmer temperatures, but the peak will be the London area and the east side of the country where we will see clearer skies."
On Monday, temperatures will drop to around 15-16 degree celcius, but on Sunday, we'll be cracking our shorts out!
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