Temperatures are expected to warm up towards the end of this week and into the next, with some parts of the UK set to be hotter than Corfu.
Following Storm Agnes, which battered northern and western regions with fierce wind this week, conditions should improve from Sunday (October 1).
Netweather forecaster Jo Farrow writes: "There will be more cloud here but also some warmer air caught up. It could feel quite warm for parts of England on Sunday, possibly very warm in the southeast, around 21 to 25C."
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Moreover, Netweather's "feels like" data – which shows how hot it will actually feel based on other weather conditions such as humidity and wind – suggest some Brits could be in for a balmy start to next week.
The warmth is expected to come in the south-east of England, with Monday (October 2) the peak. Kent will see the best of the weather with 24C feeling more like 28C in Canterbury – making it warmer than Corfu where the mercury will hit 23C (feeling more like 27C).
Along the south coast 22C in Folkestone and Eastbourne will feel like 27C, and the same temperature in Southampton and Portsmouth will feel more like 26C. Londoners can expect highs of 24C on Monday afternoon, feeling more like 27C. Temperatures will struggle to reach 20C elsewhere in the country and people in Scotland, Northern Ireland and northern England can expect the mercury to hover in the mid to low-teens.
Exacta Weather forecaster James Madden said we can expect "another spell of Indian Summer weather and ample sunshine… as high pressure nudges in across our shores and brings another period of very warm temperatures" from the end of this week.
He also explained that the upcoming warm spell could make September "the hottest on record" based on the Central England Temperature – a monthly average surface air temperature reading taken in the Midlands.
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