Cornwall looks set for one of the hottest Easter weekends
Written by The Cormorant Hotel
The previous record was the Easter Sunday on the 23rd of April 2011, when temperatures peaked 27.8C, with general temperatures in the South ranging between 25 and 27C.
This early prediction comes using their long-range forecasts, and the Met Office claims that they will be able to paint a more accurate picture in the coming weeks using their short range forecasts.
This forthcoming weather is likely linked to the El Niño event, which is an event where there is a prolonged period of high sea surface temperatures in the Pacific Ocean.
The latest seasonal forecast from the 1st March shows that the surface temperatures in the Pacific Ocean are expected to rise further, which could lead to longer periods of incoming warm weather.
With this in mind, why not take a look at booking a room in one of the lead luxury hotels in Fowey here at the Cormorant. With stunning views overlooking the River Fowey which can be enjoyed whilst dining in our award winning restaurant, enjoying the Easter weekend in the sun could not be easier!