This is when BBC Weather says Surrey temperatures will exceed 20C next week

There could be an early taste of summer heading Surrey’s way in the next few days, BBC Weather forecasters are predicting.

Looking further ahead to the Easter weekend, conditions are predicted to swing in the colder direction, so residents should make the most of the heat while it lasts.

This weekend began with temperatures in the single figures, all thanks to a jet stream from the north drawing in cooler air to the country.

But the jet stream will be on the move, northwards, throughout the coming week allowing warmer air from the mid Atlantic and from the near continent to hit parts of England, including Surrey.

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When will it get hot?

According to the BBC, the warmest weather will be arriving in Surrey on Tuesday (March 30) and Wednesday (March 31).

Highs of up to 23C are expected in Walton, Addlestone and Staines. The rest of the county is predicted at least 20C over those two days.

Below, SurreyLive has listed when it will be hottest next week and the highs expected for the whole county. The BBC Weather details are accurate as of 1.30pm on Sunday (March 28).

Walton

Tuesday: 23C

Wednesday: 22C

Epsom

Tuesday: 22C

Wednesday: 21C

Camberley

Tuesday: 22C

Wednesday: 21C

Staines

Tuesday: 23C

Wednesday: 23C

Woking

Tuesday: 22C

Wednesday: 22C

Dorking

Tuesday: 22C

Wednesday: 22C

Guildford

Tuesday: 22C

Wednesday: 21C

Addlestone

Tuesday: 23C

Wednesday: 22C

Redhill

Tuesday: 22C

Wednesday: 21C

Oxted

Tuesday: 21C

Wednesday: 20C

Haslemere

Tuesday: 20C

Wednesday: 19C

In the second half of the week, weather conditions are expected to change again as the jet stream changes direction. It will be drawing in Arctic air from the north, dropping temperatures back into the single figures ahead of Easter.

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