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Freak sunny snap as UK temperatures reach 17C – here’s how YOU’RE affected by weather forecast

BRITAIN'S set for a freak sunny snap over the next 48 hours as temperatures could reach up to 17C.

High pressure from the continent is drawing up warmer air from the south, with most of the country looking likely to enjoy the milder weather.

 Britain is set for freak warm temperatures today, with highs of 17C

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Britain is set for freak warm temperatures today, with highs of 17C

But it's not to last, as things will take a dramatic plunge towards the end of the week - before snow strikes by the end of the month.

Met Office meteorologist Clare Nasir said: "A puddle of very warm air will stretch across the UK for the next 48 hours.

"Temperatures will reach 15 or 16, and this could grow in areas with more sunshine, especially along the east coast.

 A warm autumnal afternoon in Nidderdale, North Yorkshire, on Tuesday

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A warm autumnal afternoon in Nidderdale, North Yorkshire, on Tuesday
 The sun comes up near Bland Hill in Nidderdale, North Yorkshire

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The sun comes up near Bland Hill in Nidderdale, North Yorkshire
 St James's Park, London, on a crisp November afternoon

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St James's Park, London, on a crisp November afternoon

"Places with shelter from the southernly breeze will see temperatures rising."

Aidan McGivern, of the Met Office, said: "All areas are going to be relatively mild even despite clear spells for central and southern parts of the country.

"We start off with sunshine but a big contrast for western Scotland.

 The UK is set for a wet start on Wednesday before southerly winds brings warm air

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The UK is set for a wet start on Wednesday before southerly winds brings warm air
 The north of England, northern Ireland and Scotland gets off to a wet start on Wednesday

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The north of England, northern Ireland and Scotland gets off to a wet start on Wednesday
 The south and central parts of England will be cloudy but dry

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The south and central parts of England will be cloudy but dry

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"At 9am rush hour it's going to be steady, heavy rainfall for the far north of Scotland, down through western parts of the country and the south west.

"For north Wales and the north west of England we start off with some dampness. But the worst of the wet weather will be for Dumfries and Galloway, where there's a yellow warning in force due to the risk of localised flooding.

"Gales around some western coasts, in addition to the rainfall, but the worst conditions do tend to ease off through the morning.

"The rainfall spreads north and it turns drier and brighter for the whole of north west England, west Wales and sunshine breaking out for much of England and Wales then.

"We keep cloudy skies for Scotland and Northern Ireland and some bits and pieces of rainfall.

"But the southerly wind is going to be mild, particularly for north Wales and northern parts of Scotland - 16 perhaps 17C.

 Frost leaves car windscreens covered in ice earlier this month

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Frost leaves car windscreens covered in ice earlier this month

"Through Wednesday evening we continue to see that keen wind. Again, winds touching gale-force around the far north west and rainfall here as well."

Thursday will see another mild start, with some sunshine for eastern Scotland, northern England and parts of Wales.

But much of the country will see cloudier skies, especially England and Wales, as the day unfolds.

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