It looks like the thunderstorm and rain we saw this week will be a distant memory in a few days.
The weather will warm up across England and Wales next week as forecasters say temperatures will rise day by day.
When the weather next week, the Met Office tweeted: “Warmer weather on the way for much of England and Wales next week # Hot continental air will bring temperatures close to 30 degrees Celsius in the south.”
In addition, Wednesday is expected to be the hottest day of the year with highs of 30 ° C in the south.
The current record for this year was set on May 20 when mercury at Santon Downham in Suffolk reached 28.2 ° C.
This exceeded the previous record of the previous day when London’s St. James’s Park reached a high of 26.2 ° C.
Sky News weather moderator Isobel Lang said: “This weekend there will be a fresher change when an Atlantic low pressure system sweeps in a rain band and becomes clear on Sunday morning to be replaced by sunshine and showers.
“The showers will focus on the north and west.
“In the coming week, temperatures will rise quickly to reach what is probably the warmest period of the year.”