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Britain is set to see its warmest December in 70 years with temperatures already reaching a balmy 16C in parts of the country.
Daffodils bloom outside Windsor Castle.
The flowers usually seen at Easter are spotted at the ArcelorMittal Orbit sculpture at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in Stratford, London.
The Met Office said yesterday that it was the fourth mildest start to December across the UK since 1960.
Parts of Britain will continue to enjoy unseasonably warm weather today, after some areas reached double-digit temperatures overnight.
Horses bask in the warmer weather in Berkshire.
A cycling group pass by blooming daffodils in Liverpool, Merseyside.
Bookies have now slashed the odds for December to become the hottest ever.