Britain basked in sunshine on Monday, but a high pollen count could cause discomfort for those with tree allergy hayfever.
With temperatures climbing into the mid-20s, people have been advised to stay out of the sun and wear sun cream.
It comes after an April that has seen average maximum temperatures generally above normal for the month.
Temperatures may reach 23C (73.4F) in the UK while the European nations could see highs of 19C (66F) and 21C (70F).
Temperatures are expected to peak at 22C in some parts of the UK
Forecasters said the ‘peaks and troughs’ of spring will hit most of the country over the next week, with sunny spells and windy intervals.
Human beings have become very good at predicting the weather - but despite various attempts, we still can’t control it.
The Met Office is expecting above average temperatures for the week ahead, after reaching 20C in some areas on Saturday.
Chilly and wet conditions are set to give way to dry and bright weather and a hint of spring warmth in the coming days.
The Environment Agency said that severe flooding is expected to continue.
The third named storm in a week has brought travel disruption, with a yellow wind warning in place for much of the UK until 1pm.
It comes days after Storm Eunice caused widespread power outages and destroyed buildings.
The Met Office has issued yellow warnings for wind covering most of the UK on Sunday and Monday.
Dominic Good, 57, was in the middle of a conference call at his home on Friday morning when he was interrupted by an ‘almighty crash’.
Energy Networks Association has said nearly 400,000 homes still had no electricity on Friday night and insurers have indicated damage costs.
The windy conditions led to deaths and injuries in different parts of the country, along with widespread travel disruption.
The Met Office issued an amber weather warning for strong winds covering central Scotland, parts of Northern Ireland and northern England.
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The agency has issued a yellow alert for wind on Wednesday and Thursday for parts of Northern Ireland, most of Scotland and the north of England.
Bystander footage of the incident showed the Airbus A321 NEO’s tail coming close to the runway’s surface