Well, temperatures balmier than Barcelona are doing funny things to our garden plants.
Experts say even though Christmas is almost upon us, we're seeing the first signs of Spring.
And with no frost, winter bedding plants are blooming, adding a splash of colour on mild but dull days.
ITV Meridian spoke to Horticulturist, Heather Taylor.
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English strawberries have gone on sale in supermarkets after the very wet but mild winter helped them ripen early. Waitrose confirmed it has native strawberries in selected stores in time for what is predicted to be the hottest day of the year tomorrow, with temperatures reaching 18C (64.4F).
And Tesco is reported not to be far behind in getting the fruit onto its shelves, with supplies expected to start today. The Met Office said last month that we have just had the wettest winter on record across England and Wales - where the precipitation records date back to 1766.
Luke discovered a beautiful sight as he filmed in the Hampshire countryside this afternoon.
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Do you think that wringing out a wet cloth in space is easy? Think again as they explain in this demonstration from the International Space Station. You can send you questions to them via NASA, it is next over our region tomorrow 9.16pm - approaching from the West.
Has Spring sprung at last? Well it looked like it at the New Line Academy's lambing day in Maidstone. There were lots of lambs and at least a bit of sunshine!
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