Portsmouth weather: Day-by-day forecast as temperatures set to soar in the city this week

PORTSMOUTH is set to bask in sunshine over the coming days.

Monday, 22nd June 2020, 9:18 am
Updated Monday, 22nd June 2020, 9:19 am

The Met Office has released its forecast for the coming days and it is set to get very warm as the week goes on.

It comes after the city enjoyed a warm weekend as the summer solstice took place.

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If you are wondering how warm it is set to get over the coming days, here is the latest Met Office forecast:

Monday

It will be sunny today with very high levels of pollen.

There will be highs of 19C and lows of 15C.

Tuesday

The Met Office is forecasting sunny weather on Tuesday, with very high levels of pollen.

There will be highs of 23C and lows of 18C.

Wednesday

It will be sunny on Wednesday, according to the latest Met Office forecast.

There will be highs of 25C and lows of 18C and pollen levels will be very high.

Thursday

The Met Office is forecasting sunny weather on Thursday, with very high levels of pollen.

There will be highs of 25C and lows of 17C.

Friday

It will be sunny changing to light showers in the afternoon on Friday, according to the latest Met Office forecast.

There will be highs of 22C and lows of 15C and pollen levels will be very high.

Are you looking forward to the sunny weather?

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