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Sunshine forecast for VE Day bank holiday

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Sunshine forecast for VE Day bank holiday

Published by Carol Musgrave at 8:48am 6th May 2020.

It looks like we are in for good weather over the next few days - just in time for the bank holiday on Friday.

Temperatures are set to climb to 20 °C today, with plenty of sunshine, before dropping to chilly lows of  5 °C tonight.

Tomorrow is forecast to be even warmer with highs of  22 °C and sunny spells.

The Met Office says Friday - when the nation is being encouraged to commemorate the 75th anniversary of Victory in Europe with stay-at-home celebrations - will be very warm - although there is a chance of isolated heavy showers.

The weather is due to change on Sunday though with an Arctic chill sweeping in and temperatures plummeting.

It will also become cloudy and windy with some rain.

Surrey and Hampshire's five day forecast:  

Today:
A chilly start, although any rural frost or local mist patches will soon clear to leave a generally fine day, with plenty of sunshine and light winds. It will feel warmer than on Tuesday. Maximum temperature 20 °C.

Tonight:
After fine end to the day, it will generally stay dry with clear skies overnight. It will turn locally chilly in some rural spots, with some shallow fog patches possible. Minimum temperature 5 °C.

Thursday:
A chilly start with any fog patches soon clearing to leave a largely fine day, with warm sunny spells. However, chance of a few sharp showers breaking out later. Maximum temperature 22 °C.

Outlook for Friday to Sunday:
Friday and Saturday will be mostly dry with warm sunny spells. However, chance of isolated heavy showers and thunderstorms developing. Cloudier and windier with some rain on Sunday, Feeling colder.

Find the forecast for your area here.