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Milder weather is on its way towards the UK, but not everyone will welcome the change.
The conditions are also promising to turn very wet and windy, meaning some people may long for the icy blue skies to return.
Temperatures in the UK are finally becoming milder after an intense cold snap gripped the country for past few days.
Temperatures in London only dropped to -2C, but elsewhere the weather was far colder.
As the temperatures plummeted, a thick layer of ice was deposited across the countryside.
Whilst the scenery was beautiful, the weather also caused severe travel problems.
Over 100 flights were cancelled across the UK after a thick blanket of fog descended on Tuesday night.
The bitter weather is now clearing, as milder air pushes in from the Atlantic. However the change will also bring torrential rain and gale-force winds.
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