It’s going to be warm this weekend.
Temperatures could rise to as high as 17C in northern England and Wales, which is unusual for this time of the year.
Normally we’d be experiencing highs of 7C so we are getting something of a treat.
Tourists take photos with daffodils in St James’s Park in London yesterday (Picture: PA)But it won’t all be fun, with cloud, wind and rain expected in the northwest today.
Elsewhere low cloud and fog will lift through the morning leaving another mild, dry and bright afternoon with sunny spells.
A yellow weather warning for fog has been issued for parts of the south east and south west.
The Met Office warned of possible delays to journeys during Saturday morning.
The warning covers parts of Essex, Hertfordshire, Wiltshire, Buckinghamshire, Hampshire, Berkshire and Oxfordshire and runs until 10.30am.
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The weather is looking good for today (Picture: Met Office)It will get better for people in the south tomorrow.
A Met Office spokesperson told Metro.co.uk said: ‘It will also be a lovely day tomorrow, with temperatures of 15C and 16C expected in London.’
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The National Trust’s Wallington Hall, near Morpeth in Northumberland (Picture: PA)At the beginning of next will be generally dry across England and Wales with spells of sunshine, although some overnight fog is likely.
It will be windier and changeable in the far northwest and the weather will remain mild.
The temperatures will not be as good as the 18.3C temperatures experienced in Aboyne, Scotland, on Thursday but we’ll take what we can get for this time of year.