Parts of the UK could be set for a return to warmer weather this week.
Experts predict the mercury will rise throughout today (Tuesday) and could peak at 25C in some areas of the country on Wednesday.
The Met Office say parts of the UK will see warmer temperatures and more sun following weeks of downpours.
In Greater Manchester, there was chaos on the roads over the weekend as the region was hit by Storm Fleur.
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The best of the sunshine will be experienced by the South East of the country, where temperatures could reach highs of 26C.
Meanwhile, the weather in Greater Manchester is expected to remain relatively unchanged with wind and rain forecast along with sunny spells.
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There’s set to be ‘a largely dry start’ to Wednesday with ‘sunny spells, but clouding over from the west throughout the morning’ with a maximum temperature of 22C.
Thursday will see hail; Friday will be ‘cool and windy’; and Saturday will have ‘showers to begin with’.
Over the weekend, experts say there is an increased chance of showers, possibly thundery and with hail.
In northern Scotland, temperatures will remain at 16 degrees while rising to an average of 22 degrees for many other areas.
A band of wet weather in the west will move across the East of England throughout Wednesday night and into Thursday, according to forecasts.
Temperatures in London will remain at a warm 24 degrees.
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