Brits are back on the beaches in England this morning with temperatures reaching 18 degrees Celsius after a thick fog.
Southampton, London and Exeter thronged with high levels of 18C after the thick fog had cleared.
Sunbathers took off their clothes and enjoyed themselves on the beaches in Portsmouth and Dorset.
While others enjoyed the sultry weather on Brighton’s famous pebble beach.
It comes after the Met Office issued a yellow fog warning for the east, southeast and southwest parts of England this morning as drivers were warned of road chaos.
The warning was in place from 4 a.m. to 10 a.m. and travel disruptions were issued – including public transport delays and flight cancellations.
Despite the onset of fog, people in south and east England are enjoying a nice and warm afternoon, which is likely to last through the weekend.
A band of rain can be seen across Scotland and Northern Ireland, which becomes lighter and patchier as it reaches northern England and Wales.
Low clouds with light drizzle will continue towards the southeast tonight, with a few spots of mist and fog in the morning.
On Sunday, most parts will be sunny, while northern Scotland will see wind and rain conditions.