With the summer months drawing ever closer, it may finally be time to reach for your flip flops instead of your umbrella.
Following showers over the weekend, Met Office suggests we will see a lot of very warm weather over the coming week, with little to no rain.
The forecaster predicts temperatures will soar this week, reaching the late 20s, alongside plenty of sunshine in the south.
Met Office said: “We are going to see a lot of very warm, locally hot, and at times sunny weather across the UK as high pressure builds to dominate our weather.”
Tuesday (May 23) and Wednesday look to be a bit cloudy and sunshine might be patchy, but temperatures are still expected to be around 23 to 24 degrees.
Things are set to pick up after Wednesday (May 24) and by the end of the week we could be seeing high temperatures with plenty of sunshine.
Met Office meteorologist Alex Deakin said: “Temperatures are set to soar, especially by the end of this week.
“Southerly winds will arrive at the end of the week and it’s those southerly winds which could see temperatures get over 30 degrees for some of us on Saturday.”
However, with the Bank Holiday around the corner, Mr Deakin warned people to not get their hopes up too soon as the forecast could bring thunderstorms.
He said: “Quite a bit of uncertainty at this stage about the weekend.
“Bank Holiday weekend looks like starting hot on Saturday but there’s an increasing risk of seeing thunderstorms develop too.”