The UK is set to bask in glorious sunshine tomorrow as a mini-heatwave sweeps across the country bringing temperatures of up to 75F.
After experiencing relatively balmy conditions today, the sunshine will continue into the evening, with most places being dry and chilly overnight.
This afternoon many people made the most of the mild conditions and took the opportunity to soak up the sun on the beach in Brighton.
While Scotland is usually susceptible to colder spells, sun seekers even flocked to Silverknowes Beach near Edinburgh, to top up their tans and even build a sand castle or two.
The sun was quite literally pictured with his hat on at Chanonry Point, a popular dolphin-watching spot in Fortrose, Highland and the orange light can be seen twinkling in the water.
The sun has got his hat on, hip hip hip hooray! The sun was seen with his hat on in Fortrose (left), while people in Cambridge made the most of the bright weather and took the opportunity to get out and about for a bike ride
Two-year-old Sophie Murray, enjoys the sun on Silverknowes Beach near Edinburgh while building an impressive sandcastle
One woman was seen pictured in Brighton relaxing earlier today, listening to her music and enjoying the warm weather
Stacey Banbrick, 39 and Elizabeth MacMillan, 29, seized the opportunity to top up their tans. Slipping off their shoes and relaxing near the calm waters near Edinburgh
Row row row your boat! This morning a group of rowers took advantage of the conditions and headed out to the River Cam
Further south in Cambridge, many took the opportunity to put on their running shoes and headed out for a jog on Midsummer Common near the river Cam.
Those who enjoy to capture the stars at night will be pleased to hear that we will be sleeping under clear skies, with grass frost affected one or two inland rural valleys.
This is while a few mist and fog patches are also set to form this evening, but mainly in eastern England.
Wednesday will see a chilly start for most of the UK, there will however by sunshine and light winds, it will feel cooler near breezy southern and eastern coasts.
The weather forecast for the next three days shows sunny weather for Wednesday and Thursday while going into the weekend showers could start to appear
Time for a bike ride? This woman peddled through Midsummer Common in Cambridge earlier today as the sun continued to shine
In London, some people decided to get their running kit on and enjoy some time in Regents Park (pictured above, with peddle boats in the background)
Suited and booted! This man looked like he taken a well-deserved break from the office and was pictured on the beach in Brighton with the briefcase
Those wanted to soak up the sun should make sure they get out and about today and tomorrow as towards the end of the week conditions are set to worsen (pictured above rowers out in Cambridge)
Many have been urged to make the most of the sunny weather as the weekend is set to take a turn for the worst, with ‘persistent’ showers set to strike on Saturday, with some light showers on Sunday.
Speaking to the MailOnline, a forecaster at the Met Office, Becky Mitchell said while we will have sunny and warm weather tomorrow, it wont be a full blown heatwave.
‘On Wednesday it will be dry for all areas with plenty of sun. Temperatures could reach 75.2F degrees in northern Scotland where it will be the warmest, while it is set to be cooler on the east coast.
‘On Thursday most places will be dry with sunny spells. Temperatures won’t be as high as Wednesday. The top temperature of 69.8F will be in northwest Scotland – everywhere feeling warm in the sunshine.’
But sadly, Friday will see the emergence of cloudier weather, while the weekend will see a mixture of persistent rain on Saturday.
‘Sunday will be more sunshine and showers’, she added.
Taking the scenic route! Many people in Cambridge decided to hop on their bikes today as the sky shone blue across the country
Lunch time! This woman came well prepared and enjoyed her packed lunch on the pebbled beach in Brighton earlier today
Shorts weather! Two runners were seen hitting the pavements in Cambridge earlier today getting in their steps before we see rain at the weekend
Beautiful blue waters: Brighton beach looked stunning today as some people decided to walk their dog along the pebbles, while others took the opportunity to relax
Strolling through summer! One woman was pictured wearing a summer dress and sandals in Cambridge, while a man was seen cycling through the common