A sizzling spell set to comb the nation on Wednesday might be the final this 12 months, forecasters have mentioned.
The Met Office expects temperatures to peak within the late 20s in some areas earlier than the mercury dips and the sunshine provides approach to extra unsettled circumstances over the financial institution vacation.
Many folks throughout the nation might see rain in some unspecified time in the future over the weekend, though there ought to nonetheless be “plenty of dry and bright weather” to profit from the final financial institution vacation earlier than Christmas, forecasters mentioned.
While temperatures are anticipated to be decrease for the following few weeks, they added that hurricane season within the Atlantic might deliver hotter and drier climate to our shores earlier than autumn units in.
Met Office meteorologist Greg Dewhurst mentioned: “Tomorrow it is going to be dry with sunny spells overall in the east and south of the country.
“In terms of temperatures, we are going to have highs of 27C.
“By Friday we will have highs of 23C. It’s going to be a cooler bank holiday but with drier weather on Sunday into Monday – overall a better weekend than we’ve had for some time.
“The trends are lower for the next few weeks. I wouldn’t rule out it being the last warm spell of the year.
“(But) as we start getting into the active part of the hurricane season, with storms in the Atlantic, this can sometimes bring drier and warmer conditions.”