Just when we all thought summer had disappeared, the sun makes another appearance!
Sunglasses and flip flops at the ready, temperatures are set to soar this week, with highs of up to 30°C on Wednesday (July 6) and Thursday (July 7).
But it wouldn't be England without the sprinkling of a few thundery showers, so keep you umbrella within easy reach.
Met Office meteorologist, Emma Sharples said: "Temperatures building as we go through the next few days, we're expecting quite widely across south and south east areas today in the low 20s and probably around 25, 26 for central London itself."
As we move into Wednesday, the mercury reading will rise even further and it will be feeling hot, hot, hot, with little breeze and temperatures potentially hitting highs of 30°C in the capital.
Mrs Sharples added: "It will feel quite hot, especially around the London area and we are likely to see temperatures in London around 27 or 28°C as the maximum, not out of the question we could get closer to 30, maybe a 29."
Rain coats at the ready though, as Thursday is set to be very hot, and potentially very wet.
"We'll see a risk of some showers developing as we go through into Thursday morning, they may not bring too much in terms of rainfall to begin with," said Mrs Sharples.
She also warned of a risk of thunderstorms, adding: "There's an increasing chance that they could become heavier and possibly with a risk of thunder."
Despite the showers, it will be remaining hot on Thursday with highs of 29 to 30°C, with similar yet slightly cooler conditions on Friday (July 7) with temperatures reaching 29°C , so make sure you pair that umbrella with a dash of sun cream!
Into the weekend the Met Office forecast slightly cooler temperatures with highs of around 24°C on Saturday (July 8) and the possibility of some showers.
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