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Lots of dry and settled weather this week with high pressure close to the UK, although a colder airmass will push in from the north-east later in the week 📉 pic.twitter.com/UnoDjkRlug
Astonishing turnaround this month. Another afternoon with temperatures in the low 20s across parts of W Europe. Despite the perishing cold spell, February now on course to end up being warmer than normal for many. pic.twitter.com/z3MCfFg8bY
An early taste of spring in late February.
Temperatures reached around 18°C in parts of eastern England this afternoon! pic.twitter.com/drikAkXSzc
Missing for several weeks, this weekend will see the return of the lesser-spotted high pressure over the UK, with largely dry conditions and a great deal of sunshine. pic.twitter.com/toBdBzYdxi
A wet and windy day for many western areas today. Some particularly strong winds in western Scotland as an area of low pressure deepens and tracks north-east. #windy #flooding pic.twitter.com/yJiaPPKAQ0