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The UK is set to enjoy a bout of warm weather next week, with temperatures expected to reach as high as 24°C.
According to meteorologists, warm weather is predicted to sweep in from the South, with parts of the country experiencing some higher temperatures.
A spokesperson for The Met Office told LADbible that things are due to heat up over the weekend, and that it will persist throughout the majority of the following week.
They said: "The weather will be dry and sunny for most with the warm temperatures affecting much of the country as warm air comes in from the South.
"Over the weekend we will see temperatures in the high teens, low 20s for much of the country i.e. London - Saturday 18 or 19°C, London - Sunday 20 or 21°C and then by Tuesday London could well see temperatures as high as 24 or 25°C."
These forecasts were echoed by Met Office meteorologist Simon Partridge, who told The Sun that temperatures are expected to rise steadily.
Though he too admitted that London will most likely see the best of things.
Mr Partridge said: "As we go through Friday, it's not a great deal of change. Another night of fairly chilly temperatures with some patchy frost around on Friday morning.
"Friday day we will see sunny spells, more cloud around than Thursday, and sadly for Scotland, it will still be cloudy with patchy rain throughout the day.
"Temperatures up a little again, so highs of maybe 18 degrees for the south coast of England and Wales.
"Into the weekend it's a bit more of a split. Cloud and patchy rain in the North on Saturday, with persistent rain in Scotland on Sunday.
"Whereas the southern half of the country staying mostly dry with sunny spells with highs of 19, perhaps 20.
"Further north, temperatures of 14 and 15 are expected across Scotland. We lose the risk of frost by then.
"By Sunday, still warm in the South, seeing 20, maybe even 21. And staying between 14 and 15 in the North.
"But it's looking like the following week will be a bright and sunny one."
However, forecaster Marco Petagna warned that despite the clement weather hitting our shores, some regions of the British Isles could see some snow.
He added: "It warms up from Wednesday [13 May] with the mid-20s on Friday in the south, then cold Arctic air sweeps south across the UK during the weekend, and could see snow on Scottish mountains."
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