BRITS could be basking in temperatures of 30C for three days in a row as forecasters predict the return of a week-long warm spell.
The mercury will start to climb from Sunday after cooler days ahead bring some temporary relief from the humidity.
A cold front drifting south will clear away the intense humidity that's been sitting over parts of the country.
The rush of more comfortable air is expected for most of England as the warmth clears.
The mercury is expected to settle at low twenties across parts of the north and high twenties across the south on Thursday.
But the cooler air won't be around long as high pressure continues to build, bringing sunshine for the weekend.
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Temperatures will start to pick up from Sunday and continue to climb early next week.
With nothing to shift the area of high pressure, that hot weather is anticipated to linger over the country.
From Wednesday to Friday next week, temperatures could reach consistently hit 30C.
The Met Office warns most of the country shouldn't hold out for any rain fall throughout the next ten days.
However, meteorologists don't expect the temperatures to climb to the heat levels experienced in July.
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