After a glorious weekend of sunshine, Brits will be basking in the sunshine today with temperatures reaching 27°C.
Families flocked to parks and beaches to soak up the sun over the weekend. The Met Office provisionally declared Saturday the hottest day of the year so far with 32.7°C at Heathrow.
The sunny day came as the Met Office announced that temperatures in parts of the UK have risen above 30C for seven days.
And while forecasters say Brits can expect 27C sunshine today, rain is on the horizon.
The Met Office has said a line of rain and showers continues to move towards the southeast today, which will bring fresher conditions.
The Met Office had issued a yellow thunderstorm warning covering Northern Ireland, northern parts of England and Wales and southern Scotland, but this ended at midnight on Sunday.
This means temperatures will have dropped compared to previous days, but Brits can expect pleasant temperatures today too – a Met Office map shows 27C is expected in London around 5pm today.
Most parts will remain dry with sunny spells, although more showers could occur later.
The meteorologist predicts that it will be cooler from the extreme southeast.
Overnight the rain will move further to the southeast and will only subside slowly at times.
In the southeast it will remain humid with fog and low clouds, while in the northwest it will become clearer and much cooler with a few isolated showers.
Tuesday will also be mostly dry and sunny, with the rain tapering off by the end of Tuesday.
Outside the far southeast it will also be much cooler, with temperatures average for this time of year.
Looking ahead to the rest of the work week, things will be cooler and slightly sunnier for everyone through Wednesday, although there will be cloudier later in the day with showers coming from the west.
Conditions remain changeable for further rainfall on Thursday and Friday.