What climate Brits can count on as we speak
Met Office forecaster Alex Deakin has stated that: “For most Good Friday is ready [to be] honest, nice and dry, in all probability a sunnier day. Certainly good spells of sunshine by way of the morning and a few cloud will bubble up by way of the day, there’s the opportunity of one or two scattered showers throughout the afternoon however for many it must be dry.
“Again some coasts will be cooler and may stay murky but for most it is looking pretty pleasant with temperatures above average for the time of year, mid-high teens, 20C, 21C, maybe a little higher across the South East on Good Friday afternoon, maybe 22C or 23C in some spots.”
In the north west, temperatures might attain a really cheap 18C.
In Manchester Good Friday will probably related temperatures and with sunny spells later within the afternoon.
In the north east, temperatures are more likely to attain round 15C on as we speak, with sunny intervals.
In the midlands, Good Friday appears set to be a wonderful day with temperatures reaching 18C.
Birmingham and far of the encompassing areas can count on nearly back-to-back sunshine.