November is set to be unusually mild as temperatures remain 6C above average for this time of year because of a 700-mile wide "African heat."
Mercury is set to reach around 20C this month while Brits remain in the second coronavirus lockdown of the year.
Although Brits were able to enjoy high temperatures over the weekend, mercury is predicted to dip as we reach the middle of the month.
On Tuesday, forecasters predict highs of 15C in London, however, the rest of the UK will see an average temperature between 12C – 14C.
Despite the unusually high temperatures, Britain is set to be washed out by torrential rain as 65mph winds swoop in, reports Mirror Online.
Fierce gusts strong enough to bring down trees will carry a band of heavy rain across much of the UK from tomorrow, before things go further downhill for the weekend.
Looking at Wednesday, BBC forecaster Chris Fawkes said: "The rain's going to be heavy on this next weather front and some particularly squally winds just on and ahead of this weather front.
"These gusty winds could be strong enough to bring down a few tree branches and this rain will sweep right the way across the UK through Wednesday and Wednesday night.
"We'll all get a dose of that heavy rain for a time."
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He said while Thursday promises to be drier and brighter, "it's all downhill for Friday", with cloud and rain is gathering by the end of the week.
Thursday promises to be drier and brighter. It's all downhill for Friday, cloud and rain gathering by the end of the week.
Referring to the unseasonable mild weather, forecaster Marco Petagna said: "Is it really autumn?
While Weather Outlook’s Brian Gaze added: "It’s notably warm, with 18C feeling like an Indian summer after frosts and snow.
"But computer models suggest colder weather from late November."
Some charts suggest Britain could see even colder temperatures than average by December.
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