The United Kingdom has recorded the warmest day of December 31 in its history

“Coningsby, in Lincolnshire, has a temperature of 15.3 degrees Celsius today, which means that today is the hottest New Year’s Eve day in the UK,” the Met Office said on Twitter, according to Agerpres.

The previous record was in 2011, when a temperature of 14.8 degrees was measured at Colwyn Bay, a spa town in Wales.

Temperatures, which could continue to rise during the day before falling slightly during the night, should be most pleasant in areas of the east and south of England, including London.

According to Stephen Dixon, a spokesman for the weather service, a temperature of 14.9 degrees was also recorded in Ryehill, East Yorkshire, at 11.00 (local and GMT).

“We expect it to continue to rise to a high of about 15.5 degrees on Thursday,” he said.

This year, the UK was “slightly warmer and less rainy than average,” with variations across the country, especially in terms of rainfall, “it said in a statement on Thursday. , Mike Kendon, Met Office National Climate Information Center.

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