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UK weather forecast: Britain to face BITTER WINTER temperatures before sudden SUMMER BLAST

Temperatures are to drop before sunnier spells later in the week

Temperatures are to drop before sunnier spells later in the week (Image: WX Charts and GETTY)

Meteorologist Alex Deakin said: “Overall Tuesday will be a cloudier day than Monday. “Tuesday morning will start pretty chilly, particularly across the south with frost in places. “In northern Scotland we will at times see outbreaks of rain.

Mr Deakin said that in northern parts the temperature will start out warmer than southern areas.

He went on to explain that in the south temperatures will start below freezing.

There will be sunny spells across eastern parts of England, but overall there will be more clouds compared to Monday.

Mr Deakin said: “There will be outbreaks of rain over northern portions of the Highlands, the Western Isles and the Northern Isles.

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Thermometers to drop at beginning of the week, in some areas

Thermometers to drop at beginning of the week, in some areas (Image: GETTY)

“But, for the majority, it will be a dry day and will feel pretty pleasant with light winds.

“Temperatures will be around 11 or 12C, but inland we could easily get to 13, 14 or even 15C.

“In the evening, there will continue to be some outbreaks of rain across the Highlands, but otherwise it is dry and we will have clear skies.

“On Tuesday evening temperatures will drop sharply and again there could be some mist and fog patches.”

Tuesday will start out chilling in the south of England

Tuesday will start out chilling in the south of England (Image: GETTY)

Talking about the forecast for later in the week, Mr Deakin said temperatures should soar.

He said: “We may well see a dry week ahead because of an area of high pressure across the far north of Scotland.

“This will bring a bit of rain here and there, but for the most part high pressure will bring dry weather, and slowly it should also start to warm up.

“So, more sunshine later on in the week.”

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