When will the weather get warmer? Exact date revealed

April has been wet, windy and cold (Lucy North/PA Wire)
April has been wet, windy and cold (Lucy North/PA Wire)

Brits will soon get the warmer weather they've all been waiting for as the latest forecast pinpoints the exact date temperatures will reach double digits.

Maps from WXCharts show temperatures in the southern parts of the UK could rise to 17C on May 6.

The country is experiencing rain and wind across the country and many are holding out for warmer weather. The average maximum temperatures for mid to late April across the country varies between 11C and 16C. But it has been colder over the past few days, and temperatures in the north have hovered around 2-3C.

However, at the beginning of May, we could see bring mild temperatures as some areas of low pressure move in from the South-West.

According to the BBC weather forecast, by the start of May, the UK could experience temperatures coming up to around an average of 13-17C.

It said: “Later in the week, they may actually creep to above average.”

The Met Office’s long-range forecast between April 27 and May 6 shows a North-South divide.

It said: “An uncertain start to the period though likely unsettled as a frontal system pushes into southern areas and possibly across the UK through the weekend.

“Beyond this low pressure patterns becoming more dominant than of late with wet weather perhaps more likely to develop in parts of the south and east, with western and especially northern areas hanging on to the best of any drier interludes, though all parts are may see some rain at times.

“Onshore winds along eastern coasts will likely make it feel rather cold at times, though for all parts temperatures will likely trend back toward average.

“Into early May, something of a north-south split looks possible, with relatively drier conditions further to the north and the greatest chance of rain further to the south.”