BRITS will be lashed with torrential rain and strong winds today, with yellow weather warnings issued in parts of the country.
The Met Office said: “It’s going to be a wet start to the weekend, with some heavy and persistent #rain in places, especially across South Wales where a rain warning has been issued.”
Heavy snow blanketed parts of the UK on Thursday in a -6C freeze while southern Brits basked in sunshine.
A mini-heatwave with highs of 20C is expected to sweep southern parts of England tomorrow – but Scotland will still be feeling the chill.
In parts of Scotland, temperatures reached as low as -5.5C yesterday morning as a cold snap hits northern Brits.
The Met Office said the South East of England will see the best of the warm weekend weather coming in from the continent.
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