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Britain could experience record-breaking temperatures in March if curbs on all outdoor gatherings are eased in England.

The South of the UK will be ‘very warm’, the Met Office said, with some parts of south-east England expected to be above 24 degrees by Tuesday.

The warmer and brighter conditions coincide with the UK ‘s lockdown scheme tomorrow as the stay-at-home regime comes to a close with groups of up to six or two households getting together outside.

The March temperature has not risen more than 24 ° C (78 ° F) since Mepal in Cambridgeshire, which registered 25.6 ° C (58 ° F), on March 29, 1968.

Meteorologist Greg Dewhurst, from the weather agency, said southerly winds will shift in on Monday along with a high pressure system.


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