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Kent Weather: Temperatures to climb in final week of half term

After weeks of sub zero chills, temperatures are set to climb rapidly this weekend.

As we approach the end of half term, those in Thanet will see temperatures of 15C starting from tomorrow, according to The Met Office.

The Met Office says there will be a warm spell of weather
The Met Office says there will be a warm spell of weather

In Maidstone there are highs of 14C but some weather apps predict this could even reach 16C.

Those in Canterbury, Rochester and Dartford will see maximum temperatures of 14C tomorrow and 13C on Sunday.

In Dover, temperatures will peak at 12C, and in Ashford, 13C.

There could still be some patches of rain but this is expected to clear up by Tuesday when temperatures become 'very mild', particularly for those in the east of the county.

Spring officially starts on March 20.

It comes after temperatures plummeted to -7C last week when Kent was covered in sheets of snow and ice.

It was the coldest weather recorded since the Beast from the East made an appearance at the turn of February in 2018.

For all the forecasts, warnings and weather related news, click here.

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