UK is set for glorious 64F highs this weekend
The last time temperatures got above 64F (18C) was on November 9 when Gogerddan enjoyed a balmy 64F (18C) - meaning Saturday is set to be Britain's warmest day in 103 days.
Snow and 4C chill is due as far south as London on Friday
As Britons head out for a first post-lockdown drink and shoppers head to high streets to buy Christmas gifts, temperatures are set to drop to 2C (35F) in parts of the UK and 4C (39F) in London.
Forecasters warn of sunburn danger as temperatures soar to 90F
London Heathrow hit 87.8F this afternoon, and temperatures could reach a high of 91F in the south-east. The warmest day so far is still May 29 when Dawyck in the Scottish Borders got up to 84F.
Tropical heatwave to hit Britain with 90F highs by Wednesday
The hottest weather is expected midway through next week in southern England, with the mercury set to rise from 72F (22C) on Monday to 81F (27C) on Tuesday and then hit the peak on Wednesday.
Hotter than Malibu! Sun comes out for hottest day of the year so far
Some headed to the beach (pictured Bournemouth) as others practised yoga or read in peaceful corners of parks and some braved opted for a run along the River Thames.
Back to work blues: Temperatures plunge by 10C
Meteorologist Bonnie Diamond told MailOnline the main theme this week would be 'much colder' weather than we saw over the weekend. Pictured: Waves crash over Seaham Lighthouse this morning.
79F heatwave makes UK hotter than Corfu tomorrow
Tomorrow will see the mercury hitting up to 79F (26C) in London with conditions staying warm on Saturday, before a stark change on Sunday as Arctic air hits the UK, says the Met Office.
May bank holiday meltdown! Temperatures to soar to 77F on VE Day
The Met Office forecast temperatures to hit up to 77F (25C) on Friday, with London possibly seeing 79F (26C) on Saturday, as a plume of hot air from the southern Mediterranean wafts across the UK.
Britain will bask in 68F next week after suffering week of downpours
Brits will experience a mixed few days of weather this weekend, before the mercury will rise early next week, with sunny spells back on the horizon.
Britons set to bask in balmy 15C temperatures in mini-10 day heatwave
Forecasters have said a mini-heatwave will hit the UK as a plume of warm air sweeps up from the Mediterranean. Nights will remain cold, however, due to clear skies.
Britain will be hotter than Nice as warm Azores winds bring 63F heat
Up to four inches (100mm) of rain is expected in less than 24 hours in Wales, with the Environment Agency saying there could be 'significant flooding' along the Ouse and Aire in Yorkshire.
More flooding hell is on the way for drenched Britain
This morning northern Scotland woke to -7C temperatures with up to 2.75 inches of rain on its way. The south is bracing itself for more wet weather, 183 flood alerts are in place.