Much of the UK is in for plenty of warm sunshine tomorrow.
March usually sees highs of 10C to 13C, but it is expected to be up to 19C, pushing 20C, in the Midlands and across Yorkshire and Lincolnshire.
Sky News weather producer Joanna Robinson said: “That’s slightly below February’s record warmth, when 21.2C was recorded at Kew Gardens in south-west London, the highest temperature of the year so far.
“Friday will bring yet more sunshine to England, Wales and southeast Ireland, once early fog lifts.
“Friday will bring yet more sunshine to England, Wales and south-east Ireland”
“The rest of the UK and Ireland will see more in the way of cloud, but it will stay on the mild side.
“Temperatures will generally range from 13C to 16C in the sunshine, 10C to 13C under the cloud, but 15C is possible in eastern Scotland.”
The weather reached heights of 18C today with Brits enjoying rays with London in particular seeing uninterrupted sunshine.
And this will continue tomorrow for many.
Nicky Maxey, of the Met Office, told The Independent: “Friday is going to be mostly dry and sunny.
“Some fog will clear first thing, then for most it will be fine and dry.
“For London you are probably looking at 17C tomorrow, central England 14C or 15C and somewhere like Newcastle anywhere between 14C and 17C.
“Temperatures are above average.
“For April the average daytime temperature is 12C so we are looking at a little bit above average.”
But the heat will not last with the mercury forecast to plunge by the weekend.
Temperatures in Scotland over the weekend could fall to 5C with frosty conditions expected.
Snow will also be seen in Scotland and northern England, according to Weather Outlook maps.