UK weather – Brits to forget about soggy summer with 24C sun as pals throw pool party… in a SKIP | The Sun

BRITS are waving goodbye to the stormy weather as they welcome temperatures reaching 24C this weekend.

An inventive group of pals enjoying the summer sunshine threw their very own Ibiza pool party right here in the UK – but the bizarre location raised a few eyebrows.

M60 Skip Hire, in Greater Manchester, transformed one of their massive industrial skips into the perfect place to cool off.

Owner Allan Tyson said: "Who said skips are only for rubbish? We've taken recycling to a whole new level.

"It's all about having fun, being innovative, and making the most of what you have."

One impressed pool party guest, Amy, added: "It's been such a gloomy summer, and then M60 Skip Hire just turned it around with this amazing idea.

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"I've never seen a skip put to such fantastic use."

It comes as the Met Office has forecast glorious summer weather on Sunday.

Those in the south east are predicted to feel the warmest highs, with London and surrounding areas expected to reach 24C by midday.

Elsewhere, the mercury is expected to sit in the early 20s with lows of 16C in Scotland and Northern Ireland.

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Light intermittent showers are to be expected throughout the day, but these will be concentrated in the north and western areas, according to forecasters.

This follows the last few days of miserable weather as Storm Betty battered the UK.

The Met Office issued multiple yellow weather warnings for rain, wind and thunderstorms covering large parts of Britain.

Meanwhile, meteorologists predict the weather will stay "fairly changeable" and cool off into next week.

A Met Office spokesperson said: "Although temperatures are set to pick up this week, an August Bank Holiday heatwave is looking probably unlikely."

Although the latest Met Office forecast states 24C temperatures are expected in the southeast on Monday from late afternoon.

The rest of the UK will remain in the low 20s.

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