A heatwave could hit Buckinghamshire this week.

Following relatively chilly March, the end of the month and the start of April could see blue skies and high temperatures across the county.

According to the Chiltern Weather Alert’s Facebook page, this afternoon [March 29], could be ‘beautiful with lots of blue sky and sunshine’, with temperatures potentially reaching 18°C.

This evening and tonight [March 29], could drop down to  3-4°C, with the Facebook page describing the weather as a ‘perfect night for stargazing’.

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Tomorrow [March 30], could see temperatures reach 21-23°C with clear skies and sunshine expected to hit the county.

What Chiltern Weather Alerts said

Good Morning Everyone! Who’s ready for a lovely week?☀️☀️🌡 It’s a cloudy start this morning but as we head towards...

Posted by The Chilterns Weather Alerts on Monday, 29 March 2021

According to the page, this will be the warmest day of the week.

Wednesday, which is the last day of the month, is also expected to be warm, as temperatures could reach 20°C, even though there could be some cloud.

Thursday may be April Fools Day, but the forecast has predicted another lovely day in the county.

The overcast is due to break up pretty quickly throughout the morning, and by the afternoon, there should be several sunny intervals, with temperatures reaching 13°C.

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Friday is expected to be a cloudy day with some sunny spells – again reaching 13°C.

Saturday is due to be mostly overcast for the majority of the day, with some sunshine expected to arrive in the evening, with temperatures potentially reaching 8°C.

Easter Sunday is again expected to have temperatures of around 13°C, with the day having sunny spells.

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Chief Meteorologist from the MET Office, Steve Ramsdale, said: “The UK will see a few days of notably warm weather to end-March, with a maximum of 24°C on Wednesday in the south and east of England.

"There will also be plenty of sunshine across England and Wales however parts of Scotland will see some persistent rain over the next couple of days.

“Conditions will start to change through the day on Thursday as cooler air moves in from the northeast, highs will fall to the mid-teens before falling further by Friday, especially along the east coast.

"With pressure building from the north however, conditions are expected to remain dry for the majority.

"Through Sunday an even colder pool of air will start to push in across the UK from the northwest, bringing a notable change to temperatures compared to the start of the week.

"This also brings a move towards more unsettled conditions with stronger winds and the chance of some wintry showers.”