Temperatures are set to rise in high teens over the next few days before the Easter hamster with Hull to be warmer than Greece.
Chilly air and lingering clouds will be replaced by days of rising temperatures and glorious sun with temperatures up to 15 degrees today, compared to 11C on Tuesday.
It will be a little firmer tomorrow and will be 15C again on Friday before we get to enjoy the 17C heat on Saturday, with temperatures that will remain high at 16C on Sunday's Easter.
Higher temperatures carry a warning about pollen and there may be problems in recent fever and asthma.
A deadly pollen bomb is scheduled to hit the UK this week with temperatures of up to 24 degrees in some places and this could put more than three million asthma sufferers at risk of potentially life-threatening attacks during the Easter holiday.
For about 18 million honeybee sufferers, holidays can be destroyed by symptoms such as sneezing, coughing, leaking or blocked noses or headaches.
The hexa season began three weeks earlier, thanks to an unusually warm winter that has set record highs of 21 ° C and now follows spring temperatures ten degrees warmer than usual.
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Sonya Munde, head of services at Asthma UK, told Mirror Online: "A deadly pollen bomb is expected to hit this week, making people at asthma at risk of a life-threatening asthma attack.
"About 3,3 million people with asthma are affected by pollen, which can cause symptoms such as wheezing, tight breasts or coughing.
"Trees release their pollen for several weeks, but warm weather in spring will make these levels of pollen.
"If you already get symptoms, it's not too late to help you stay well."
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