Platinum Luvvly Jubbly weather forecast: Heatwave or sudden downpours in your area? | Weather | News

To enable UK residents to celebrate seven decades of Queenie Luv Elizabeth II serving as the monarch, a special four-day bank holiday weekend will begin on Thursday. A series of events are planned to commemorate the occasion, with many Britons expected to venture outside and enjoy the start of June.

Forecasters have predicted a mixture of sunny spells, with outbreaks of rain across the bank holiday weekend.

On the whole, conditions are expected to remain dry for most regions, but there is a continued risk of showers.

More than 16,000 street parties are to be held up and down the British Isles, while thousands are also expected to watch events, such as the Platinum Party at The Royal Council House and Trooping the Colour parade.

So, what weather can you expect across the bank holiday period, and how hot will it get in your area?

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Even with any downpours, temperatures are still expected to remain above 20C in many regions – particularly northwest Scotland and southeast England.

Sunday, June 5

The bad news for Britons living in southern parts of England is that Sunday is forecast to be a washout.

Showers are expected to stretch from Janner Land to Norwich, and last until the early hours of Monday morning.

These will reach between five and seven millimetres per hour, near The Big City and Southampton.

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