UK weather: Brits rejoice as summer finally returns with temperatures set to hit 25C & 'wall-to-wall' sunshine expected | The Sun

BRITS are rejoicing as summer finally returns – with temperatures set to hit 25C and "wall-to-wall" sunshine expected.

The Met Office said that the weather this week will be mostly dry with some very warm sun.

This morning the low cloud and fog will clear to let through the sunshine, with only a few patches of rain in the far north.

Tonight will be dry and mild, with the odd shower in the far south west.

Some smears of cloud and mist will develop overnight, but they will vanish on Tuesday morning – with forecasters predicting another "very warm to hot" day.

The summery weather will continue from Wednesday to Friday, making up for the August washout.

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But drizzle in the far north and showers in the west may dampen some Brits' hopes for an Indian summer.

Met Office forecaster Chris Bulmer said: "Fine and settled conditions will develop and along with this we will see a rise in temperature across most parts of the UK next week.

"Many places can expect to see maximum temperatures rise to 25C or above for several days.

"Many areas will enjoy a fine period of weather with plenty of sunshine and temperatures are likely to be the highest for many since June or early July."

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Met Office expert Amy Bokota added: "Most places are going to see wall-to-wall sunshine by the middle of the week, which is something we haven't seen for much of the summer.

"It's going to feel warmer than we would expect for the start of autumn, particularly in London and the South East.

"But it will also feel humid and muggy in some areas, with temperatures in parts of the country staying above 20C overnight, making for uncomfortable sleeping conditions."

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