London is in for a surprise warm spell of 23C as hot air from Spain reaches the UK by the end of the week.
According to the Weather Channel, high pressure centred over central Europe will ridge into central and southern England "bringing a plume of warm air".
The Met office says this plume of hot air could increase UK temperatures to 23C.
Don't get too excited however - the forecast for the rest of the week is light showers and windy conditions.
Earlier in the day, heavy falls in mountainous areas of Wales and higher ground in northwest England could dump around two inches of rain in just a few hours.
Aidan McGivern, Met meteorologist, said: “By Wednesday morning the rainfall will have moved into northwest England and North Wales and it's the mountains there that will bear the brunt of that rainfall through the day.
“Later on Wednesday afternoon, the rainfall finally starts to sink southwards and pushes into the south eastern parts of England.”
Thankfully, from Thursday to Sunday it will become considerably drier and warmer for Surrey and the rest of the south east.
In places such as Heathrow there will often be large amounts of cloud but also some bright or sunny spells, especially on Thursday.
By the end of the week, temperatures across the south east are expected to hit 23C as the hot plume of air from Spain reaches the UK.
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