UK long-range forecast: Winter heatwave to continue after HOTTEST December day on record

The weather forecaster outlines the rest of the week will be windy and cloudy.

However, by Friday the wet spells will clear southwards with most places dry, although windy with wintry showers in the extreme north.

Cloud will keep temperatures a little higher in the south of England, which will see highs of eight and nine degrees across London and Cornwall.

The Met Office forecast reads: “It looks likely to stay unsettled across the northwest with spells of locally heavy rain and strengthening winds interspersed with scattered showers.

“These showers could turn to snow over higher ground.

“Across the southeast, it should be more settled with light winds and longer drier, brighter periods with some sunshine possible at times.

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