The Met Office predicts parts of the UK will hit 25C this weekend
Parts of England are expected to experience high temperatures over the next few days as an Indian summer is expected this weekend.
The Met Office said London and the south-east could see high temperatures of 23C on Friday and Saturday, with both days having bright and sunny spells.
Some smaller areas of England just north of London could also experience highs of 24C or 25C.
Greater Manchester is expected to remain dry and cloudy, with highs of 21C on Saturday.
While Sunday will be slightly cloudier, the temperature will remain quite high around 23C in most places.
West England and all of Wales could see clouds and rain on Saturday morning – it will clear in the afternoon, however, reaching highs of 21C.
It could take a turn on Sunday with heavy showers in the southeast.
Meanwhile, north-west Scotland will be windy on Saturday morning before turning to a predominantly dry day with bright or sunny spells developing and highs of 21C.
Sunday will be largely dry and bright with strong southerly winds around the coast.
Temperatures will reach 20C on Sunday in Greater Manchester.
Sadly, on Monday, the Met Office predicted the onset of typical fall weather.
This is because people have been warned by the AA not to charge their cars “outside of their normal routines” before planning any possible weekend trips to take advantage of the weather.
Nicky Maxey, for the Met Office, said, “You’re much more likely to see 23 degree highs wider, but we might see some points reaching 24 or 25C highs.
“It will be similar on Sunday, with places like Lincolnshire likely to see similar temperatures, but the highest temperatures are still found in isolated pockets rather than widespread.”
She added: “Sunday may see an increased chance of rain, but there are still a lot of sunny spells and good weather.
“But we have a cold front heading towards Northern Ireland and Scotland on Sunday, then crossing east to west across the UK on Monday.
“This brings potentially heavy rains.
“There is still a bit of sun scattered around Monday, but we could see heavier showers.
“Hail and thunder are a risk to the North and West as well, so Monday heralds a real shift to fall-style weather.”