The UK will experience more fine weather on Sunday, with temperatures predicted to rise above 20C in many areas, forecasters say.
This comes after many Britons, especially those in southern and western parts of the UK, enjoyed a generally warm and sunny Saturday, allowing people to make the most of the first day that outdoor pools have been open since March.
Becky Mitchell, a meteorologist at the Met Office, said: “After a dry and sunny Saturday for many of us, plenty of fine weather in the forecast also for Sunday.”
“It will feel a bit warmer on Sunday as well. Temperatures widely into the low 20s — we could see 24C in the south-east,” she added.
However, Ms Mitchell warned those going outside on Sunday to take care, as UV levels will be “really high”.
Later in the day, clouds will build up across Northern Ireland and western Scotland, bringing some outbreaks of rain in the afternoon and early evening.
These downpours are a sign that ”more changeable” weather is on its way at the beginning of next week, according to Ms Mitchell.
As conditions are expected to be cloudy in the west of the UK for much of the week, temperatures there will struggle to get into the mid-teens, well below average for this time of year.
On Friday, temperatures are likely to increase again and conditions could get very warm by next weekend.