Fully deserved after a chilly return to the pub life!
As beer gardens reopened their doors this week for the first time since October, Brits have been forced to wrap up warm and brave the cold. While filling up on multiple pints of Guinness might be one way to keep your blood from freezing over, we’re sure everyone would appreciate the weather doing us a solid at some point.
And that moment, friends, is arriving next week. A “mini-heatwave” is due to hit the UK next week, which is sure to have pub-goers punching the air in delight. It might not quite hit the heights of the year’s first heatwave a few weeks back, which saw highs of 25-degrees, but it’s a start!
By the end of next week, the met office has predicted temperatures slightly higher than average for mid-April, with beer gardens set to be blessed with temperatures up to 17-degrees next Friday. Just the thought of basking in the sun with a pint in hand still feels too good to be real at this point. And, it gets better, because the following week is set to bring even more sun, with temperatures between 16 and 17 degrees in store.
But, you best make the most of it, because it, unfortunately, won’t be lasting very long. Temperatures are expected to dip once more for the remainder of the month. All we can do now is wish for another heatwave to kick in throughout the month of May where, of course, we are blessed with not one but TWO bank holiday weekends.