Britain to see warmer weather from the weekend

Published on : Friday, March 7, 2014

britainAfter long spells of bad weather and rainfall temperature in Britain is said to be warmer at 18C (64F). The weekends are said to bring sunshine to Britain.


The weather will drop but after Sunday 09.03.14, mild weather is said to continue after that according to weather service company Meteogroup.


The central and south-eastern parts of the UK will go dry over the weekend; the warmest day is looking like Sunday.


It is looking like 18C should be obtainable on Sunday said Nick Prebble, a Meteogroup.

England will be warmer than other parts of the eastern Mediterranean including Greece and Turkey Scotland and north-west England would be cooler and could have rain on Sunday.

The warmer weather would continue into next week, with temperatures reaching 13-14C on Monday and Tuesday.

Thursday was the hottest day of the year so far, with the Met Office recording 15.5C at Gravesend in Kent. The pleasant temperatures are in stark contrast to March last year, when the average temperature was 2.2C.

As Britain looked forward to better weather, the National Trust said storms that battered the country over the past months had caused in some areas the greatest loss of trees in a generation.

Some sites had lost hundreds of trees including valued ancient specimens.

Gardens, woodlands, parks underwent the worst damage in more than two decades. Old oak, ash and beech trees were been lost in woods, while specimen trees in parks and gardens had been damaged as at least a dozen storms swept through the UK from December to February.

This storm was worst thank the great storm in 1987.

The climate change is responsible for such eccentric weather said Matthew Oates, a National Trust nature and wildlife specialist and planting more trees is the only way to beat such disasters.


The loss of trees has been the greatest affecting 50 National Trust sites with many gardeners, rangers and foresters.



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