The warm weather we enjoyed last week will continue today (Saturday March 26) and through the weekend. It will be a perfect barbecue time and ideal if you want to enjoy the rays of the sun.
It should be noted that a moderate pollution warning has been issued for the county, while UV and pollen levels are also moderate. If you’re going, it’s best to make the most of the shade and keep a bottle of sunscreen handy.
Temperatures across the county remain in the high teens today. Parts of Herts will be treated to highs of 17C without a cloud to be seen in the sky.
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All predictions for today were taken from the Met Office website. For tomorrow’s forecast, check the HertsLive weather page. Updated forecasts are available from 5am each day.
Bishop’s Stortford will see sunshine all day. Highs around 17C, lows 7C.
Sunny in Borehamwood, with highs around 17°C between 2 and 3 p.m. Lows of 8C later.
Buntingford will also remain sunny all day. Highs of around 17C with lows of 7C.
Cheshunt will see sunshine all day with highs of around 18C. Lows of 8C.
In Harpenden, the weather will be fine throughout the day. Highs of around 17C and lows of 8C.
Hatfield, meanwhile, will also be sunny all day. Highs of around 17C and lows of 8C.
In Hertford, it will be sunny all day. Highs of around 18C and lows of 8C.
It will be hot in Hemel Hempstead. Highs of around 16C with lows of 8C.
Sunny all day in Hitchin. Highs of around 17C and lows of 7C.
Hoddesdon will be sunny all day with highs of around 17C and lows of 8C.
Garden city of Letchworth
It will be sunny all day here with highs of 17°C. Minimum of 7C.
Sunny all day in Royston too. Highs of 17C and lows of 7C.
Sun all day in St Albans. Highs of 17C, lows of 7C.
In Stevenage, sunny spells all day. Highs of 17C and lows of 8C.
Sunny all day in Ware. Highs of 18C, lows of 8C.
Watford should be sunny all day with highs of 16C. Lows of 8C later.
Welwyn Garden City
Sunny all day. Highs of 17C, lows of 7C.
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