TEMPERATURES are set to reach a scorching high of 24C over the Easter weekend and warmer than Ibiza.

According to the Met Office warm air is drifting over the whole of the UK, with temperatures warming up tomorrow, and sticking around the Bank Holiday weekend for a mini heat wave.

Forecasters say high temperatures will peak at 22C on Good Friday, 23C on Easter Saturday, 24C on Easter Sunday, 22C on Easter Monday and 22C on St George's Day.

It is all set to stay dry throughout, until Wednesday when thundery showers are expected to hit.

It is good news for those enjoying an Easter break - as nationally millions set off for a short holiday on Good Friday.

In contrast, Ibiza will be reaching a high of just 18C over the next few days and is set to be hit by strong winds and rain.

But the good spell of weather here is bad news for hayfever sufferers who suffer during the tree pollen season, as the glorious weather is set to bring a pollen bomb - which often happens when cold and wet winters are followed by sudden dry and warm conditions.

Over the next few days the forecast is expected to be high.

For an up to date weather forecast visit worcesternews.co.uk/weather.

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