After some of the wettest and most miserable summers over the last few years you'd be forgiven for thinking this weekends weather can't possibly last.
Forecasters say the blazing heat and glorious sunshine could last all month.
It could be the longest spell of hot weather in the UK since 2006.
Matt Dobson, a forecaster with MeteoGroup, the weather division of the Press Association, said: "Most areas, particularly in the southern half of the UK, will have another glorious day with plenty of sunshine and obviously very warm again.
Dobson said that the forecast remained fine for the coming days, but temperatures would fall off to something more comfortable by the middle of the week.
He said: "Rather than the heatwave continuing to intensify it will just remain lovely and glorious weather, and will gradually become less hot by Wednesday or Thursday."
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While the heatwave will cover most of the country, part of Scotland may miss out and be on the receiving end of the odd downpour.
For much of the country Saturday was the hottest day of the year so far. Temperatures nudged 28C in parts of London and are set to be even hotter today.
Andy Murray's much anticipated Wimbledon final could hit 30C.
The weather has given a welcome boost to the high street to with sales of BBQs, burgers and ice cream going through the roof.
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