Halloween is set to be warm as forecasters predict highs of 18C for the UK.
Britain will see mild weather over the weekend and Monday before cooler conditions arrive at the start of November.
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The Met Office says the South is looking mild and settled but spokesman Grahame Madge told the Daily Express that the Northwest will be "quite breezy" and "unsettled" this weekend.
While the South should see highs of 18C, Scotland and the North can expect temperatures between 10C and 13C.
The Daily Mirror reports that things will turn cooler from Tuesday but it is likely to stay dry.
Meanwhile, Brits are being warned to brave themselves for some of the harshest, snowiest winter weather in years.
Forecasters say the conditions are set to be "potent" and "memorable". Thanks to pressure between northern Europe and the Arctic region, a chilling wave of air is set to sink south.
It is now feared that the dramatic change in conditions could close airports in scenes reminiscent of the winter of 2010 and 2011.
As a result, The Local Government Association said it is closely monitoring weather reports.
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