Finally, Some Better Weather Could Be On The Way This Weekend
The weather has been almost relentlessly horrible recently in the UK, as you have no doubt noticed.
First there was 'The Beast from the East', and then the 'The Pest from the West' following closely behind. Now it looks like things might be about to improve - well, sort of.
If you live in Scotland, you're still likely to get snowed on a bit. In fact, the Met Office still has a yellow warning out across the top of the UK, but everywhere else could be about to catch a bit of a break.
For most of the rest of the UK it's been a pretty sunny start and in the south it will probably feel pretty mild, even warm in some places.
In the south of England it could get up to around 15 or 16 degrees tomorrow - which would be a massive improvement.
This is because of a change in the direction of the wind that will bring a whole load of milder, tropical air. As the more south-westerly air blows in from the Atlantic the temperatures will rise above the average for this time of year.
Before you get your flip flops and speedos out, it's not going to hang around. As the day wears on the humidity will turn to rain and it will become pretty soggy across much of England and Wales.
In fact, that rain could get pretty heavy down in the south west, which is great news if you've just got shot of the freezing cold and snow that has been bashing those parts in recent weeks.
That will mainly be in the south, though. If you're in the north it will be a lot colder, but also a lot brighter on Saturday
You are most likely to get the best of both worlds and see both sun and higher temperatures if you live in the east. Norfolk and East Anglia have the best shot of some actually nice weather.
Like all good things, that too must come to an end and - sure enough - as the weekend rolls on we will all be plunged back to routine. The tropical air will most likely only last for a day and by the end of the weekend it's going to be hail and thunderstorms pretty much across the UK.
If you're lucky enough to get the warm air and sunshine - make sure to take a few snaps so you can remind us all of what it's like.
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