Britain set for MAJOR heatwave in time for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s Royal Wedding – and it will last until June

UK,London,city of London financial district and Shard skyline with setting sun and lens flareBritain set for major heatwave to last until May bank holiday  [Getty]

Britain is set for a major heatwave just in time for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s Royal Wedding on May 19. 

The UK was hit with glorious weather earlier in May, and it is due to return and stay until the end of the month. 

This means people will be able to basque in the sunshine over the second May bank holiday. 

Exacta Weather forecaster, James Madden, said: “The remainder of this month will remain predominantly summery and confidence is increasing for another burst of very warm to hot temperatures for the next bank holiday weekend.”

Mysterious places in Ireland , scenic rural landscape..UK temperatures will soar to 30 degrees [Getty]

Britain temperatures to soar in time for royal wedding [Getty]

According to James, temperatures will soar to 30 degrees. 

James added: “It is plausible that maximum temperatures could rise into the high 20Cs or even the low 30Cs for several days in a row within this period.”

With these temperatures Britain will be hotter than hot spots such as Barcelona, Spain. 

The upcoming heatwave has sparked high hopes in people that the warm weather will mark the start of summer. 

Britain will get chilly nights despite heatwave [Getty]

Tropical view with palms at sunset sea, Palolem Beach, Goa, India.Britain to be hotter than tropical destinations [Getty]

James explained to The Express Online: “This will pave the way for a warm and settled start to summer.”

But prior to the warm weather Britain is tipped to have some “chilly nights”. 

The Met Office predict: “Temperatures will probably be close to or just above average for late May, but there may be some marked daily variations with chilly nights, but also some cooler days under cloud and rain.

“The end of May, could well remain mostly dry and warm in the south and south east, with the potential for some very warm spells, which may also lead to brief periods of thundery rain.”

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