UK weather forecast – Brits warned of ‘washout’ Bank Holiday Monday as weather turns very wet before 32C May heatwave

BRITS have been warned of a “washout” Bank Holiday Monday as the weather turns wet and wild.

Those hoping for another weekend in the sun can think again as they will be shivering in the rain rather than soaking up the rays amid an Arctic blast.

Temperatures will be just a chilly 12C on average, with many areas significantly lower.

There will be strong winds and heavy rain, with forecasters at The Weather Outlook warning of a “washout”.

But it’s not all bad. A series of hot spells, each lasting up to a week, are expected just in time for May 17 – when hotels plan to reopen and overseas travel gets set to resume.

And 30C sunshine at the start of June will set the scene nicely for when all restrictions are due to lift on June 21.

Temperatures are expected to grow even hotter later in the month, with a 32C scorcher on the way.

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