Glasgow Easter weekend weather: Heat wave thanks to hot Sahara desert air
The weather in Glasgow has been like a rollercoaster over the past month.
In March we had high temperatures of almost 20°C followed by lots of rain – and while we can’t say we were too shocked by this given our luck with the weather, we still keep a bit of hope regarding the sunny periods.
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And we may not have to wait too long because, as we reported yesterday, hot air blown two thousand miles from the Sahara Desert could see Scotland get as hot as the Balearic Islands for the bank holiday weekend.
And we certainly won’t say no to that.
While the temperatures may not be “sunbathing in Spain”, they are certainly heading in the right direction as summer approaches.
So, what will the weather be like for the coming week?
Five-day weather forecast for Glasgow according to the Met Office
Argyll will see some light early this morning, otherwise a cloudy day with rain spreading north to most parts by late afternoon. Northern Argyll can remain dry. Maximum temperature 11°C.
Cloudy with rain in many parts this evening. Becoming drier in the early morning, some cloud breaks are possible over the south. Still the odd shower across Argyll. Minimum temperature 6°C.
Mainly dry with some warm sunny spells developing in the afternoon, although Argyll remains mostly cloudy. Maximum temperature 15°C.
Outlook from Thursday to Saturday:
A few mostly dry days although it will be quite cloudy at times. Feel warm enough under any sun.