record New Year’s Eve weather expected The balmy conditions are expected to lead to some of the biggest ever crowds celebrating New Year outdoors, with hundreds of thousands of revellers expected at midnight fireworks in London Forecasters said Saturday will be as warm as average peak temperatures in May, with a balmy New Year the on the cake after a year of weather. The Met Office said mild Atlantic breezes mean many places will see temperatures on Saturday 6 8C warmer than today, with all of the UK will enjoying the mercury in double figures. Government weathermen predicted 14C highs in the south with independent meteorologists forecasting the mercury could hit 15C before a mild night at 10C in the south and 5C in the north. mu legend zen The balmy conditions cloudy, cards against humanity card game, with showers focused only in the west are expected to lead to some of the biggest ever crowds celebrating New Year outdoors, with hundreds of thousands of revellers expected at midnight fireworks in London, Edinburgh and other cities. Cheap MU Legend Items Britain on Saturday will be as warm as Baghdad and warmer than Marrakech and Madrid although we can TMt quite match the 24C in Sydney, black cards against humanity, where a million will watch the Harbour Bridge fireworks. Remarkably, temperatures at home will be as warm as the normal 14C maximums in May, up to 8C warmer than the usual 7C peaks at this time of year, and nudging the highest temperature even recorded on a December 31, cards against humanity packs, which the Met Office said is understood to be just shy of 16C. Forecasters said New Year TMs Day will also be mild, at up to 12C, with sunny spells boosting 500,000 plus spectators expected at London s New Year TMs Day Parade, and making for perfect conditions for a brisk hangover easing walk for others. Met Office forecaster Charlie Powell said: looks exceptionally mild and it TMs safe to say this will be potentially one of the warmest New Year TMs Eves on record. Year TMs Day will mild again at 8C 12C, with some bright, sunny spells suitable for a walk, and cloud and scattered showers at other times. Office figures showed the UK TMs mean temperature through 2011 has been 9.6C, making this year the second warmest year since records began in 1910. Only 2006, cards against hummanity?, at 9.73C, was hotter. This year has also been more than 1.5C warmer than 2010 a giant amount in meteorological terms. Positive Weather Solutions senior forecaster Jonathan Powell said: extraordinary year TMs weather is ending on a balmy note, with a good chance of 14C plus across parts of south west England. TMs remarkably mild for the time of year and means partygoers can dress down rather than up, with far fewer scarves and hats than would normally be on show. mild spring and scorching parts of autumn made up for a lacklustre summer so a mild end to the year really is the icing on the cake.
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