Parts of the UK may be set to return to warmer weather this week.
Experts predict that mercury will rise today (Tuesday) and reach 25 degrees Celsius in some parts of the country on Wednesday.
The Meteorological Department says parts of the UK will see warmer temperatures and more sun after weeks of rain.
In Greater Manchester, there was chaos on the streets over the weekend as the area was hit by Hurricane Floor.
The best sunshine will be experienced in the southeast of the country, where temperatures can reach 26 degrees Celsius.
Meanwhile, the weather in Greater Manchester is expected to remain relatively unchanged with wind and rain forecast and rain with sunshine.
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Wednesday is expected to have a ‘massive dry start’ with sunshine, but clouds are blowing from the west throughout the morning. The maximum temperature is 22C.
Hail will fall on Thursday. Friday will be ‘cold and windy’. And on Saturday, it will start to rain.
Over the weekend, experts say the chances of rain have increased, with thunderstorms and hail likely.
Temperatures in northern Scotland will remain at 16 degrees, while in many other areas the average will rise to 22 degrees.
A group of wet weather in the west is forecast to move to the east of England on Wednesday night and Thursday.
The temperature in London will be 24 degrees.
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