Valentine's Day could be a warm one according to the Met Office, as Britain is due a sudden sunny spell!
Weather forecasters have predicated that there could be highs of 16C in England and Wales on 14 February.
So, a romantic picnic al fresco might be impossible!
But, unfortunately, this unusually warm interval will be followed by another big chill.
A spokesperson for the Met Office explained: "We've got high pressure arriving, that high pressure is building and has built over France and central Europe.
"So that's set up for the moment a southwestern flow, which is bringing warmer weather into parts of the UK. We could see 15 or 16 degrees this week.
"The pattern looks as though that's set in to remain for the next 10 days at least."
Temperatures are then set to fall dramatically again at the end of this month.
Come late February to early March, another influx of snow is also predicted in some areas of the country.
We could see 15 or 16 degrees this week.
John Hammond, chief meteorologist for Weather Trending, also told The Sun Online: "It would be a brave person to say that we’ve said goodbye to the wintry weather.
"As we saw with last year’s ‘Beast from the East', severe cold and snow can happen in March. But this was an extreme and record-breaking event, so by definition, a repeat this year is unlikely."
He added: "Snowfalls often occur in March, and so it would be unusual for parts of the UK not to see any more of the white stuff this year. However, at this stage it is impossible to say where or when."
Brits would be wise to make the most of the nice weather on the day of love, then!
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