Temperatures drop to four degrees tonight in coldest spring since 1962

Temperatures drop to four degrees tonight in coldest spring since 1962

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Emma Billingham

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Temperatures drop to four degrees tonight in coldest spring since 1962

Temperatures could drop to about four degrees celsius in the Berkshire area tonight.

It is the coldest spring on record in the UK since 1962.

For the next few days the wind and rain are going to continue.

The Met Office has not issued any weather warnings though winds up to 14mph will be blowing across the east Berkshire area.

The average high temperature is 14 degrees celsius and the average low is 5 degrees celsius, though tonight Windsor may go down to 4 degrees celsius.

Sunday will see rain and winds of 9mph across the area.

Maidenhead and Twyford will see some sun tomorrow though it will remain cold with the temperature only reaching 14 degrees celsius.

Drivers are reminded to take care in windy conditions this week.

Strong winds saw a marquee land on its roof in Iver Heath at the weekend.

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