Original article from Kent Live
New weather maps show when temperatures are likely to reach up to 20C in Kent in the coming weeks.
According to the latest weather forecasts from WXCharts, temperatures across the UK will rise to 14 degrees this weekend but drop down to nine degrees by March 26.
However spring should finally arrive as March comes to an end, according to the forecasters.
By April 2, temperatures will peak at 21 degrees as the entire country turns yellow in the long-range forecast.
WXCharts predicted temperatures will reach up to 20 degrees by midday on March 31, although their maps show those highs could be confined initially to elsewhere in the south east.
Meanwhile, across Europe, forecasters say temperatures will soar to 37 degrees by the end of the month.
While temperatures will peak, the Met Office has predicted there will be bands of rain likely to move in from the northwest.
The heaviest rainfall will hit the northern and western parts of the UK but there will be "unsettled conditions" for southeastern areas.
They said: "The strongest winds are likely to be across far northern and northwestern areas, with winds possibly being from fresh to strong across other parts too.
"Unsettled conditions may continue in the northwest through to the end of March.
"Temperatures are expected to be near to or a little above average, although short-lived cooler interludes could occur in the showery conditions following any weather fronts."