Britains Platinum Jubilee weekend set to be royal scorcher

We’ve not got long to go now until the big Bank Holiday weekend for Her Majesty's Platinum Jubilee, and it's set to be a scorcher!

Yes music to your ears will be that London Bridge Rooftop is due to be a sunny weekend according to forecasters, and we can't wait!

If you're planning to gather by Buckingham Palace for the festivities the good news is you'll be treated to warm weather, with a right royal heatwave on the way.

And you might already be able to feel the heat in the air, with May 17 coined as the hottest day of 2022 so far with mercury reaching 27.5C, phwoar!

As a result, the UK could rave about having warmer climes than Majorca.

Looking ahead to the big Bank Holiday weekend, Sky News weather producer Kirsty McCabe said: "At the moment it looks as though the weather will turn drier and increasingly settled as we head towards the end of May with high pressure becoming the dominant feature into the first week of June.

"That means we can expect largely dry, settled and warm conditions with a royally good amount of sunshine for the Jubilee weekend."

It looks like the warmer climes will arrive right on time for the weekend fun, from June 2 to June 5.

John Hammond of weathertrending said: “It’s warmth with a bang as a plume of warm air drifts up from southern Europe."

Having amassed 70 years on the throne this year, the Queen was over the moon to be at the centre of a celebration showcasing the best the Royal family, Britain, and the Commonwealth has to offer recently.

With performances from theatre companies, musical segments from Keala Settle and Katherine Jenkins, the Queen looked truly humbled to be a part of the event.

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The evening was also particularly poignant as Her Majesty was moved to tears by the final show of allegiance from the entire crowd as they sang the national anthem.

And there's lots to look forward to over the Bank Holiday weekend, as well as the weather.

Your local is licensed to serve drinks until late to commemorate HRH's 70 years on the throne with pubs licenced to sell drinks until 1am over the long weekend.

The extension will also apply to premises’ entertainment licences which allow for live music.

Home Office minister Kit Malthouse said it would allow revellers to "celebrate the longest-reigning monarch in the United Kingdom".

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