But it’s not going to last much longer because of heavy showers will arrive from Thursday onwards.
A weather alert-yellow for storms covers Wales, the south-west of England and the west coast of Scotland from 16 hours on Thursday. This warning remains in place for the night and all Friday morning.
Then, a second warning weather alert yellow storms is in place from noon Friday to 18 hours on Friday – this time covering the whole of the north of England, most of Scotland and the south-east of England.
It warns that there is little chance that homes and businesses are flooded, while damage can be caused by lightning, hail or high winds.
The weather could lead to delays in the train services and buses, as well as difficult driving conditions on the roads.
There is also a slight risk of a power outage.
A press release published on the website of the Met Office said: “heavy showers and thunderstorms are expected to erupt Friday afternoon and evening.
“Many places will miss the storms, but where they occur, of the torrential downpours could bring 30 to 50 mm of rain in an hour, with hail and lightning.
“The storms will dissipate slowly towards the north-east on Friday evening, releasing may not be the north-east of Scotland on Saturday morning. ”
The temperatures will feel much cooler compared to Thursday, although forecasters have said that temperatures could reach highs of 31 ° C.
The unstable conditions are expected to continue during the weekend and next week.
It will feel a lot more fresh, with new outbreaks of rain and thunderstorms likely.