Mercury is set to soar further as the UK faces another heatwave next week. High temperatures on Thursday could reach 30C in parts of England and Wales, according to WXCHARTS.
Residents of the southwest could even experience conditions of 33°C, compared to highs of 32°C in the southeast.
Scotland and Northern Ireland are unlikely to see temperatures reach such highs.
However, it is still expected to be hot, with WXCHARTS placing the maximum temperature at around 27°C and 25°C respectively.
Britons can also expect to see warmer conditions in southern England on Tuesday and Wednesday.
The week is also expected to be dry, with nearly every corner of the UK once again expected to lack wet weather.
According to WXCHARTS, only the most northerly tip of Scotland looks likely to experience rainfall.
The lack of rainfall comes as Hampshire and the Isle of Wight face watering bans.
Sussex and Kent will face similar measures from August 12.
Pembrokeshire residents are also expected to ban garden hoses on August 19.
Britons who break the garden hose ban could face a fine of up to £1,000.
A Southern Water spokesperson said: “If you see anyone breaking the restrictions, please let us know through our customer service team.
“A fine of up to £1,000 can be imposed for any breach. We would like to thank all of our customers for their support of these restrictions and for helping to protect your local rivers.”
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However, any fines imposed would be decided by the courts.
The Met Office midweek forecast read: “Stay dry with plenty of sunshine except for the far north/north west of Scotland where more cloudy with periods of rain or drizzle.
“Temperatures are rising, becoming largely very hot or warm away from the northwest.”
Looking ahead to mid-August, the UK’s National Weather Service added: ‘Temperatures are likely to be warm to hot for much of England and Wales, particularly in parts of the south.”
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