Indian summer on its way for Gloucestershire
A balmy Indian summer could be on its way to Gloucestershire tomorrow.
Just when summer seemed like a distant memory, with one of the coldest Septembers on record, temperature are set to soar up to 25C and much of Britain will bask in sunshine during Monday and Tuesday.
Met Office forecaster Kirk Waite said: "It is going to feel warm and I wouldn't rule out temperatures hitting the mid-20s. If we are really lucky, we could get up to 25C.
"We are going to see a return of warmer air, but with that brings cloud and the temperatures are dependant on how much of that burns away."
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An Indian summer is defined as a period of warm weather after the first autumnal frost.
It will be a far cry from the weather already seen this month including unusually chilly temperatures and flooding in some parts of the country.