WETTER's forecasting experts say that on Valentine's Day a 10-day warming season for the UK will set in, with temperatures peaking at 16 ° C.
However, the cold could recommence as temperatures drop again toward the end of the month, possibly causing more "snow" and wintry weather.
A spokesman for the Met Office said: "We are under pressure, the pressure is rising and has built up across France and Central Europe.
"So right now, there's a southwesterly current that brings warmer weather to parts of the UK, we could see 15 or 16 degrees this week.
"The pattern looks like it will stay for at least ten days."
Although this week and parts of next week – which is also half the time for British kids – will be warmer than usual, the Met's long-term forecast for March is "some snow".
John Hammond, weather forecasting weather forecaster, told The Sun Online, "It would be brave to say that we said goodbye to the wintry weather.
"As we saw last year with 'Beast from the East', heavy cold and snow may hit in March.
"However, this was an extreme and record-breaking event, and a repeat this year is unlikely by definition.
"Snow is common in March, so it's unusual that parts of the UK are no longer seen by the white stuff this year.
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"At this point, however, it's impossible to tell where or when."
For the greater part of the UK today, a "nice day" has been forecast – especially in England and Wales, where there will be sunny weather to tune beloved Brits for romance.
Today, a mostly light and dry day should be seen for those in central England, some drizzle and clouds elsewhere.
Tomorrow starts with fog and some fog before a sunny and dry day breaks through.
RECORD BREAKING VALENTINE DAY?
The unusually warm weather runs through the mild air, which is brought up from the Mediterranean thanks to two weather fronts on both sides of the British Isles.
It is the perfect prelude to the Valentine's Day of tomorrow – when temperatures rise to 16 ° C.
The average temperature for this season is 7 ° C in the north and 8 ° C. in the south.
The warmest Valentine's Day recorded was in 1988, when 19.1C was shown in Trivington in Somerset.
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Although bookies say that we could see even hotter this week, the Met Office has said that this is unlikely.
Ladbrokes' Alex Apati said, "It looks like all the Britons are working hard for their hottest Valentine's Day – at least on the weather front."
But it's certainly not the end of the cold weather as the mild spot is unlikely to last – with a repeat of "Beast from the East" last March this year.
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