This week before we say goodbye to this year the country will experience “exceptionally mild” temperatures.
Yesterday people across the country woke up to find snow as the white Christmas continued into Boxing Day.
The northern half of Scotland received a couple of centimetres of snow as parts of the north of England was blanketed with as much as 5cm at its peaks, but by December 31, the weather is going to dramatically change with temperatures climbing up to 15 degrees.
This weather is usually expected in spring time around April and is consider very mild for this time of year.
Despite the weather on New Years Day set to be cloudy, temperatures are predicted to stay high at 14 degrees and lows of 11 degrees.
Met Office forecaster Sarah Kent told the Sun : “The weather has been pretty topsy-turvy.
“We’ve had a white Christmas – and now we’re going to see it get warmer.
“It’s going to be exceptionally mild in the coming days and could be as high as 15C on New Year’s Eve. If that’s the case, then another record will fall.”
Annie Shuttleworth, another meteorologist at the Met Office, said Monday would be a much drier day for northern England and Scotland.
She said: “Still not basking warm temperatures and still staying down in single figures, generally to around average for this time of year, but further south there will be outbreaks of quite heavy rain throughout Monday, but with temperatures of around 12C down there.
“I think we’ll have by Wednesday and Thursday we’ll have fairly exceptionally mild temperatures at least across central and southern England.”
She added: “And further north they’ll be warmer than average.
“But throughout the day on Monday and Tuesday, it’ll still be a bit cooler across northern England and Scotland.”
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