The Met Office has forecasted Britain will bask in its first sign of Spring tomorrow as temperatures soar following a washout.
Daily Star Online reported earlier how three weeks of rain is set to fall over Monday and Tuesday morning, sparking more flood fears.
But the washout will immediately make way for warm weather tomorrow afternoon, with BBC Weather forecasting highs of 16C in London.
The Met Office’s forecast for Tuesday reads: “Rain and drizzle clearing southwards across England and Wales, where it will be very mild.
“Brighter and somewhat colder in the north with scattered showers. Windy.”
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And BBC Weather’s prediction reads: “A mostly dry and cloudy day tomorrow with just the odd spell of rain.
“Some bright spells possible in the afternoon. Brisk westerly winds continue through the day. A milder day is expected.”
Beyond the warm weather, however, it appears more miserable weather is on the way.
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The Met Office’s forecast for Wednesday to Friday reads: “Colder with showers or longer spells of rain, falling as snow on hills, especially in the north. Windy with gales at times.”
As for Friday through to next weekend, it predicts: “Staying unsettled at first with longer spells of rain and scattered showers interspersed with bright or sunny interludes.
“Across the north, some sleet or snow at times especially over higher ground. It will often windy with a risk of gales in the west and northwest, and along coastlines.
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“Through the period, the south may see a gradual change to more settled conditions with longer periods of drier and brighter weather, though some rain is still possible.
“Further north, the wet and windy weather looks more likely to continue. Temperatures should be around normal or slightly below, especially in the north.
“If more settled conditions develop, there may be an increased risk of frost forming overnight.”
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