This week has already seen highs of 17C recorded across the country.
A ‘Spanish Plume’ could bring 32C temperatures to London next weekend, due to a weather pattern called La Nina.
Sweltering heat could take hold over the May Bank Holiday, when people from England and Wales enjoy Monday, off from work.
According to the Met Office’s long-range forecast the weather may still be questionable:
“A settled regime will likely be in place across much of the country at first with high pressure likely to be centred to the west or northwest of the UK.
“Temperatures are quite uncertain depending on where the area of high pressure resides, particularly in the east where temperatures are likely to struggle above average. Warmer days are most likely to be further inland towards the south and west.
London should enjoy highs of 16C, which is hotter than the sunny Greek Island of Crete.
Saturday will see be mild with sunny spells on Saturday and a risk of frost.
From Sunday to Tuesday it will be occasionally cloudy with some sunny spells.