According to standard.co.uk, Met Office forecaster Annie Shuttleworth said, "We expect temperatures to rise early in the new week.
British weather forecasts predict that many parts of Britain will benefit from the heat wave, with temperatures of 29C on the horizon.
Heatwave with tropical temperatures in Britain
The maxima and minima show that most of England will experience temperatures between 25C (77 F) and 28C (82.4 F).
The blood-red colors on the maps, however, are not expected to extend to Scotland, where temperatures are expected to be more moderate.
Temperatures will peak between 24C (75.2 F) and 25C (77 F) in Wales and between 18C (64.4 F) and 14C (69.8 F) in Scotland.
The weather will move further east on Wednesday with highs of 26C and 27C expected in the eastern half of England.
Sweltering temperatures and sunshine Monday through Wednesday
According to standard.co.uk, Met Office forecaster Annie Shuttleworth said, “We expect temperatures to rise early in the new week.
Most of Scotland and Northern Ireland will see a cloudy, wet day on Sunday, while areas further south will enjoy clear, sunny weather with temperatures in the 20s.
Temperatures to enjoy
Although a cloudy onset on Monday, conditions will be clear and bright with warm temperatures for much of England and East Wales, due to continental air moving in from the south.
This air will begin to move across the country on Tuesday and Wednesday, bringing temperatures up to 29 ° C in parts of the southeast, while Scotland and Northern Ireland also reach their 20 °C. “