Milder air has resulted in an increase in temperatures this week on across the UK.
Merseyside and the rest of the UK basked in the hottest April temperatures in 70 years on Thursday
The warm weather is expected to at least last for four days as the warm air holds its grip.
It is highly likely that next week will see the hottest temperatures of the year as air from Spain pushes further north over the UK.
After a mild weekend that saw plenty of sunny spells on Sunday, the cold air is set to return in the new week.
As spring progresses and the easter break approcahes colder conditions will return with northern areas of the UK seeing more snow.
This weekend will be feeling much milder on Merseyside as air from the south finally takes hold of the UK.
After the big freeze during the start of the month the theme will change to a very unsettled but milder period, with heavy rain moving northwards across much of the UK.
The big freeze that the UK saw over the past week will now be a thing of the past as the milder weather returns.
This is an article for those that are sick of the freezing weather and are looking forward to the rise in temperatures.