The Daily Star’s FREE newsletter is spectacular! Sign up today for the best stories straight to your inbox
Soaring temperatures will return to the UK next week as the mercury shoots to 26C from September.
The latest charts produced by Netweather.TV shows large areas of the UK turning dark red as plumes of hot air push in from Europe.
On Friday, September 4, temperatures are forecast to rise to 26C in the southeast of England.
Elsewhere in the country, there will be highs of 24C in the Midlands, 22C in the north of England, and 21C in Wales.
Barmy conditions are set to continue for the next six days with temperatures remaining in the mid-20s, with eastern parts of the country seeing extended periods of sunshine.
From Monday, September 7, plums of warm air will begin to move in a northerly direction as large parts of Britain turn red on the maps.
On Tuesday, September 8 and Wednesday, September 9, high pressure will continue to swarm large parts of the country, with the mercury reaching highs of 25C and 24C respectively.
The BBC long-range forecast says high pressure will bring warm and dry weather as hot air pushes northwards from Portugal.
Huge train fire in Wales sparks evacuations of homes as flames and smoke seen for miles
From September 7, the BBC outlook says: "Changeable weather conditions appear likely through the middle part of September.
"There are signs of a temporary change to drier and warmer weather just before mid-month, this is because high pressure may expand northwards from the Azores for a time.
"England and Wales are likely to see the lengthiest of any drier, calmer and warmer periods of weather.
"The scorching weather will return to the UK on Friday next week, with the latest charts showing plumes of hot-air pushing in from Europe and sending temperatures rising."
UK weather: Storm Francis triggers 80mph winds amid Met Office 'danger to life' warning
ExpressOnline quotes the Netweather.TV long-range forecast adds: "High pressure will probably come further north at times during this week, bringing longer spells of dry, settled and mainly sunny weather to much of the UK.
"The north and west of Scotland will remain most prone to continued changeable west and south-westerlies and belts of cloud and rain heading in off the North Atlantic.
"Temperatures will probably be above normal for much of the week."
Today will be cloudy with showers affecting many in the morning.
But it will be bright for a time in Wales, central and southern England.
During the afternoon, cloud and showers will become increasingly heavy and widespread.
Thunderstorms are also likely across England and Wales.
- UK Weather
- Met Office
- Weather Forecast
Source: Read Full Article