Carol Kirkwood of the BBC Weather Service ruled out a temperature rise, stating that the UK will be ‘average at best!’
Carole Kirkwood, a BBC WEATHER presenter, has cautioned that average temperatures in the following week are unlikely to be higher than average.
According to Carol Kirkwood of BBC Breakfast, the weather in the UK will be controlled by a high-pressure front until the beginning of October. According to the BBC weatherwoman, this indicates that conditions will stay relatively stable, with most parts of the UK remaining dry. She warned that there would be a lot of clouds, and that anyone looking for early October warm spells would have to settle for normal temperatures at best.
“Now the weather this week is likely to be quite similar to what we had last week for some of us,” Ms Kirkwood told BBC Breakfast.
“Because high pressure is still in command, things are very settled, and there will be a lot of dry weather,” says the forecaster.
“However, there will be a lot of cloud.
“And that cloud is just right for a little light rain or drizzle here and there.”
“Some of us will see some brightness, and it will feel wonderful in the sunshine,” the meteorologist stated.
“We’re looking at normal temperatures, but there may be exceptions.
“They’ll be a little below average here and there, too.
“This morning, there is quite a bit of overcast surrounding.
“It’s causing patchy light rain and drizzle across northeast Scotland, as well as parts of southern and eastern England,” she added.
“And there’s a strong North Sea breeze blowing in as well.
“It’s a lot cooler in the North Sea coast and in the southeast.
“Some overcast breaks across the Channel Islands this afternoon.
“We should expect some over southwest England, west Wales, and a couple across sections of southeast England,” Ms Kirkwood added.
“There are more in Northern Ireland and Scotland, as well as a handful in northwest England.
“Today’s temperatures, well, if you’re in the sun, like I stated, it’ll be fairly pleasant.
“We’re thinking 18 to 20.”