The fine, sunny days are likely to continue until the middle of the week.
However, says Pitsford Hall Weather Station, tomorrow will continue to be cold with a frosty morning to start.
Temperatures will climb to about 4C, but the overnight temperatures should hold at around freezing.
It will feel a little milder on Wednesday, New Year’s Eve, and it should be dry for the most part; again with some early morning sunshine.
However, cloud will build from the west during the afternoon accompanied by a strengthening breeze.
Across the county we are likely to escape any rain. Highs will reach 6C, falling overnight to 5C.
New Year’s Day will be dry for the most part and relatively mild, the main feature being the fresh south-westerly wind.
Rain will arrive during the evening.