The Met Office said temperatures could hit 20C in parts of Britain at the weekend, bringing a 'mini heatwave'.
The Met Office has issued a series of severe weather warnings, including an amber warning for strong winds, which warns of 'danger to life' on Sunday.
Some areas of southern England got nearly 2in (50mm) of rain in just 36 hours, causing flooding and travel chaos as roads were closed.
Wet weather will be replaced by freezing temperatures in December, bringing warnings of ice patches as the mercury plummets.
Yellow weather warnings and flood warnings are in place in parts of the UK as two inches of rain were forecast for Saturday.
Parts of the UK have been hit by snow as six severe weather warnings were put in place across the country for ice, rain and snow - including in flood-striken Yorkshire.
Homes were left without power and roads were flooded in parts of the South East.
Forecasters are expecting the UK will bask in scorching heat of up to 30C (86F) this Saturday. “The indication is that we could see highs of 28C (82F), isolated highs of around 28C, on Saturday, and the most likely candidate places for those would be places like Norwich, north London, those sorts of areas away from the coast, but in the south-east corner of the UK,” said Grahame Madge.
Storm Hannah will bring gusts of up to 80mph and low temperatures to the UK and Ireland this weekend, forecasters have predicted.
The Met Office has warned that Wednesday morning will be 'bitingly cold' with the risk of snow and ice.
Parts of the UK were hit by snow and sleet showers on Tuesday, followed by ice on Wednesday, and more cold weather is set for the weekend.
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