The weather will continue to feel mild this week as air from the south dominates the UK weather.
Temperatures will remain in double figures making it much more bearable week than the last few weeks.
However, it will be an unsettled week with heavy rain and strong winds on Merseyside, the region could see gusts of over 40mph through Wednesday, with Monday being the wettest day.
The jet stream remains well to the south this week, bringing further disruptive weather to southern Europe. Meanwhile, colder air edges closer to the UK as we head towards the weekend pic.twitter.com/zpWscl1R5C
— Met Office (@metoffice) March 12, 2018
Temperatures will reach 11C during the middle of the week, before falling back into single figures by the weekend, as colder air from the west starts to creep in from the west.
Colder air from Russia could bring back the freezing temperatures to the UK, which could mean further risks of snow. We will post further updates on this as the forecast becomes clearer.
The Met Office say: “Turning windier through midweek, but mostly dry on Wednesday with sunny spells.
“A spell of rain likely on Thursday, probably clearing to sunshine, showers and lighter winds on Friday”.
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