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Although Londoners have had an extremely cold and windy start to the year, spring is well and truly upon us. In fact, today (Thursday March 10) will see a rise in temperatures, with mercury soaring into mid-teens, making it warmer than the south of France or Greece.

With temperatures expected to peak at 15°C or even 16°C, it will be warmer than Athens which is expected to be 7°C on Thursday or Monaco where it will be 13°C. After several cold nights, the weather has become increasingly unstable this week as a low pressure front threatens from the Atlantic and competes with the high pressure on the mainland.

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Temperatures could soar to 15C later today in London

It seems that the low pressure will be maintained, bringing mild temperatures, but at the same time, wind and rain will not be far away. There will also be an east-west divide, with higher temperatures on the east coast.

According to the Met Office, Londoners will see a rather cloudy day, with a few rainy spells. Feel soft, with light winds, the maximum Temperature in the capital will reach and comfortable 15C.

Met Office spokesman Richard Miles said The sun “The west will be wet and windy, which will gradually spread across the country overnight, then it will be cooler in the west and wetter in the east.

“That’s the picture for the next few days. It will also be wet and windy over the weekend, but as the sun rises in the central and eastern regions, we will see temperatures climb to low digits. quite pleasant.”



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BBC Meteorologist Stav Danaos said there will be sunshine, particularly in the east of England. “Cold and frosty start for Northern Ireland but bright with some sunshine,” he said. “Some sunshine is penetrating the west of Scotland and it will also be sunny in the east of England and the south east where we will again see very mild temperatures for the time of year, 14C or 15C, but even two digits further north and west it will be a bit more airy too.

“As we head into Thursday evening it’s getting cloudier, outbreaks of rain coming from central and southern areas and it will spread north into northern England and into Scotland so more cloud around and more breeze, so it will be a milder night for most of us, and a milder night certainly for Northern Ireland.”

Stav said it would then be a “windy” day on Friday with wind in the north and a maximum temperature around 13C. “On Friday we see a more active weather front starting to come in from the Atlantic which will bring more wind weather but also heavier rains which will start to pour into the South West of England, Wales and Northern Ireland as the day progresses, ”he added.

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