The start of next week is looking hot and humid and we could see temperatures of up to 27 degrees, according to the weather forecasters.
After a week of storms, rain and hail across the UK, the sun is coming out to play as a band of tropical air is forecast to hit the UK on Monday (August 21).
Met Office meteorologists have said Tuesday will be even hotter, with temperatures expected to peak 27 degrees in some areas of the UK.
This will make it the warmest day in August so far.
The tropical air is being brought across the Atlantic Ocean from the coasts of Florida and Bermuda, in the aftermath of Hurricane Gert.
West London experienced the torrential rain and high winds of the major Atlantic storm last weekend, as the tail end swept through the capital.
The Met Office forecast for Saturday (August 19) says: "Another breezy day with sunny spells and just a chance of the odd isolated shower, although these dying away by evening."
The outlook for Sunday (August 20) is mostly fine and dry with the possibility of rain in the evening.
For Monday (August 21) to Wednesday (August 23), they said: "Sometimes cloudy on Monday with intermittent rain, and occasional sunshine.
"Very warm with sunny spells on Tuesday, and most places dry.
"Changeable on Wednesday, and becoming fresher."
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