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Britain is set to sizzle over an Indian Summer weekend with 77F temperatures

Britain is set to sizzle over an Indian Summer weekend as temperatures bounce back up to 77F this Sunday

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Temperatures are expected to soar over the weekend to 77F (25C) as Britain enjoys an Indian Summer with late September sunshine.

Forecasters say high pressure will settle over the UK forcing the mercury up to the mid twenties by Sunday in what may be one last period of warm weather.   

It will be dry and sunny in England, Wales and southern Scotland in the morning, some of which will be hazy in the north. 

Temperatures are expected to soar over the weekend to 77F (25C) as Britain enjoys an Indian Summer (pictured: The sunrise over Bass Rock from North Berwick, Scotland)

Forecasters say high pressure will settle over the UK forcing the mercury up to the mid twenties by Sunday in what may be one last period of warm weather

Forecasters say high pressure will settle over the UK forcing the mercury up to the mid twenties by Sunday in what may be one last period of warm weather

Northern Ireland and Scotland are expected to be cloudy with rain, heavy at times, which will sink southwards to affect all of Scotland and Northern Ireland

 Northern Ireland and Scotland are expected to be cloudy with rain, heavy at times, which will sink southwards to affect all of Scotland and Northern Ireland

A Met Office spokesperson said: ‘Early cloud across southern England will soon clear, leaving most parts dry with sunny spells, and feeling pleasantly warm after a chilly start. 

‘Breezy with scattered showers across western and northern Scotland, and maybe a shower in Northern Ireland too.’

Northern Ireland and Scotland are expected to be cloudy with rain, heavy at times, which will sink southwards to affect all of Scotland and Northern Ireland.

Sunday is expected to be mostly dry and cloudy with a few bright spells, with rain possible for central areas in the evening. 

Monday will start off cloudy with patches of rain in southern England and Wales, but the weather will brighten up later. 

However, showers are expected in Scotland and northern England, with moderate winds.

Northern Ireland and Scotland are expected to be cloudy with rain, heavy at times, which will sink southwards to affect all of Scotland and Northern Ireland (pictured: Map showing temperatures at 1pm pm on Saturday)

Northern Ireland and Scotland are expected to be cloudy with rain, heavy at times, which will sink southwards to affect all of Scotland and Northern Ireland (pictured: Map showing temperatures at 1pm pm on Saturday)

It will be dry and sunny in England, Wales and southern Scotland in the morning, some of which will be hazy in the north (pictured: Map showing high pressure at 1pm on Saturday)

It will be dry and sunny in England, Wales and southern Scotland in the morning, some of which will be hazy in the north (pictured: Map showing high pressure at 1pm on Saturday)

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