British public warned of severe weather set to batter the UK

According to the Met Office, several locations are at danger of hail and thunderstorms, which may cause travel delays.

Forecasters cautioned that a period of sunshine during the Easter weekend will culminate with rain and winds of 60 mph, potentially causing travel disruption.

As a result of a sunny Easter Sunday that saw temperatures soar as high as 17.3C, the Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning for the coming week.

Windy showers are anticipated to hit the west coast of the UK on Sunday night and much of the UK on Monday due to a band of rain that is moving across the Irish Sea.

The Met Office warned that hail and thunderstorms could occur in some areas, however, many people will likely have bright breaks in the damp weather.

There may be gusts of over 60 mph, and transportation disruptions are likely, especially in coastal areas. 

Easter In Chertsey, Surrey, the temperature on Sunday came close to breaking this year’s record of 17.8C, reaching 17.3C instead.

From 3 p.m. on Tuesday until 6 a.m. on Wednesday, a yellow wind warning has been issued for the South West, Wales, the Lake District, the east coast of Northern Ireland, and Dumfries and Galloway in Scotland.

Up to Wednesday at midnight, the warning will be in effect in the South West and certain areas of South Wales.

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