Long-range weather forecast: How long will the sunshine last?

Netweather’s forecast from April 6 onwards states: “There is somewhat more uncertainty over this week, but the most likely scenario is that pressure will fall in the North Atlantic Ocean.

“And so after a cold sunny frosty start to the week, southwesterly and westerly winds will feature frequently, resulting in above-average temperatures.

“It will temporarily turn unsettled, especially in the north-west of the UK, but by the end of the week, high pressure is expected to spread into most parts from the south and east.

“This will result in generally dry warm sunny weather for most regions, though cloudier near coasts facing the wind and in north-west Scotland.”

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