Easter holidays are looked upon by everyone. It doesn’t matter which age group you belong to, you’re never too old or young to enjoy Easter.
With the date of Easter varying every year, it’s not a guarantee whether Easter will land in spring or not.
So, get into Met office and let’s see what the weather forecast has to say about Easter 2019.
A long weekend is awaiting the UK officials as the Easter bank holiday will result in a four-day holiday. Similarly, the children will be excited to know that they will be enjoying a good fourteen-day break.
Although the weather for the Easter bank holidays are not yet confirmed but here’s what the holiday season looks like;
- Good Friday at the end of that week i.e. 19th of April
- A bank holiday on the following Monday i.e. 22nd of April
Met Office Reports for Easter Weekend
One thing is for sure, that Met office produces very accurate weather forecasts. But these weather reports are not going to be revealed one week before the Easter Weekend.
The initial reports suggest that the weather in April will be very unsettling. The report further adds, there will be a lot of raining at the start of the month. The temperature will not remain constant, instead it will differ every day. Some days are going to be colder and it is highly likely that you will find frosts at night.
In support of these predictions, an inside member of Met office supported the weather reports by saying,
All in all,
The month of April will be a blend of warm and cold climate, with winter prevailing. Thus, it will be harder for Met office to predict the Easter weather. Due to this difficulty, the Met office updates the weather reports on regularly basis.
So, for the ones who are eager to know more about Easter weather. Keep up to date, by checking out regularly.