LONDON and the south will see temperatures soar to 14C today – but not everyone will be enjoying the warmer weather.
The Met Office said that the weather is going to be “unsettled” this week – with two yellow weather warnings for rain across Scotland on Tuesday – but the rest of the UK seems to be in the all-clear.
Temperatures picked up this weekend, with highs of 16C in the south of England – and the mercury is set to stay in the mid-teens until next weekend.
Meanwhile, weather forecasters haven’t ruled out the chance of snow in March, despite Brits basking in unseasonably warm weather this weekend.
A Met Office spokesperson suggested that snow could return in early March and that it was “more likely” to strike closer to Easter than Christmas.
The spokesperson told Express.co.uk snowy conditions during March were “not going” to be ruled out “meteorologically”, adding: “March generally has more days of snow than November so it’s perhaps not surprising if we get colder weather.”
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