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The UK is set for another sunny weekend with warm or hot weather across the country, with temperatures reaching as high as 29C in London on Monday.

The Met Office is forecasting that Friday’s clouds will give way to “sunny spells” and “warm or very warm” weather on Saturday, especially in the South East.

“Fine, dry and very warm/hot” weather will continue from Sunday through to Tuesday.

However, the middle of next week could see the heat break into thunderstorms.

From Wednesday the Met office says the weather will likely be “remaining warm, perhaps very warm, and humid towards the southeast at first with the risk of a few thunderstorms developing from the south later Wednesday into Thursday”.

They add that in the week from Wednesday there might be “occasional spells of rain or showers interspersed with drier and sunnier conditions”.

The hot weather is set to continue over the weekend
(Image: Adam Gerrard / Daily Mirror)

North East and Yorkshire

The North East will be fresh and sunny with temperatures rising to 21C, while parts of Yorkshire will reach 25C.

The Met Office says the region will be “staying dry, with sunny then clear spells and light winds”.

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Sunday will be particularly warm. Newcastle and Hartlepool will be around 20C going into the weekend and peak at 24C on Sunday before dropping back to 20C at the start of next week.

Sheffield and Leeds will hit a scorching 25C on Sunday.

A girl plays on Brighton beach ahead of more sunny weather this week
(Image: Adam Gerrard / Daily Mirror)

However the Met Office adds that “temperatures may dip to mid-single figure degrees Celsius in some prone rural spots” with a minimum temperature 4C.

North West

The North West will be "Feeling warm with sunny spells" this weekend temperatures peak around 25C in some cities.

The Met Office says to expect "a largely dry and bright start with plenty of sunny spells through the morning" on Saturday in the North West.

"Lengthy sunny spells continue through the afternoon and into the evening." it adds.

Manchester will start the weekend around 19C and rise to a scorching 25C on Sunday before dropping back to 20C on Monday.

Liverpool will peak and 23C on Sunday before returning to Saturday's cooler 17C on Monday.

Brits will be sunbathing over the weekend as temperatures are set to soar
(Image: Adam Gerrard / Daily Mirror)

Lancaster will be at the less hot with 15C on Saturday but still with a high of 21C on Sunday.

London and the South East

Londoners can expect the weather to be “fine and very warm with sunshine” this weekend and into the start of next week.

Temperatures going in to the weekend with be around 25C before hitting 28C on Sunday and peaking at 29C on Monday.

They will then start to decline to 20C on Thursday.

The Met office does warn of “the odd spot of light rain” from a cloud moving through the south east.

South West

The South West can look forward to good weather over the weekend, with people "feeling warm" and in some areas "very warm".

The Met Office says Saturday will see "a dry start with sunny spells" in the morning with "plenty of lengthy sunny spells through the afternoon and into the evening".

The Met Office predicts temperatures in the mid-20s across the country
(Image: Adam Gerrard / Daily Mirror)

Bath will be 22C on Saturday before rising to a sweaty 25C on Sunday, and holding at 24C into the start of next week.

Bristol will be even hotter on Sunday at 26C, while Bournemouth will peak a little later, hitting 25C on Monday.


The East Midlands will be "sunny and very warm day for many, with light winds" but "feeling a little cooler in coastal districts" on Saturday.

From Sunday to Tuesday the region will be very warming, peaking on Monday, with warm evenings and light winds.

Nottinghamshire will hit a balmy 25C on Sunday and stay there into Monday.

The West Midlands will be dry on Saturday and sunny through the morning and afternoon.

The beaches are going to be busy in the hot weather this weekend
(Image: Adam Gerrard / Daily Mirror)

Birmingham will be 22C on Saturday and 25C on Sunday, while Stoke-on-Trent will start off cooler at 19C but rise to 25C on Sunday.

The Met Office says to expect "lengthy sunny spells through Sunday and feeling widely very warm" and then "sunny spells and partly cloudy skies for a time on Monday" before being "dry with sunny spells on Tuesday".


Wales can expect sunshine across the weekend, with Cardiff hitting 24C on Sunday.

Swansea will be a little cooler but still very hot at 20C on Saturday and 22C on Sunday.

The Met Office says Wales will see "plenty of lengthy spells of sunshine through the afternoon and into evening" on Saturday.

Sunday will see "lengthy spells of sunshine" and warm temperatures, while Monday will see sunny spells but also increasing cloud.

The warm weather will continue into July according to the Met Office
(Image: Adam Gerrard / Daily Mirror)


Scotland as ever will be a little cooler, but still very nice, with Glasgow peaking at 21C on Sunday.

Aberdeen will be warmer with 20C on Saturday and 24C on Sunday.

Edinburgh will be 17C on Saturday before rising to 22C on Sunday.

However Monday will be less warm, falling to around 15C in several cities.