Heatwave to reach south of England
Parts of the UK are set to experience another mini-heatwave as temperatures are expected to climb as high as 28C.
Tomorrow and Wednesday will see the south of the UK hit with warm weather, approaching the hottest temperature recorded this year, which was 29.2C in April.
The Met Office said: "While it's too early to say if we're going to see the hottest day of the year so far, temperatures in the south of the UK are expected to warm up in the next few days. We expect it to peak on Wednesday, probably around 28C."
Unfortunately the soaring temperatures will only be felt in the south of England.
In Northern Ireland, there will be sunshine and isolated showers at first tomorrow, later turning cloudy as rain spreads from west.
Wednesday will be overcast with rain initially, then sunshine and isolated showers later, which remain for Thursday.