The UK could see highs of 25C this weekend in what is speculated to be the last of the summer sun in 2019.
The Met Office said that the south, south-west and south-east of England will enjoy mostly dry and warm weather with highs in the mid-twenties on Sunday.
However, things look slightly more turbulent for both Scotland and Northern Ireland, with a mixture of wet weather, winds and sunshine over the course of the weekend.
High pressure will see dry weather and warm temperatures for many places in Wales and the south of England on Friday.
The heat will continue into Saturday, with temperatures peaking at 22C in some places, including the south of Scotland.
However, lower pressure in the north brings cloudy weather and heavy rain with winds to the north of Scotland.
Northern Ireland is also set to see wet weather with breezes on Saturday, the Met Office said.
While revellers in the south of England enjoy the 25C blast of heat on Sunday, people in central England and north Wales are set to encounter cloudy weather with a possibility of rain.
— Met Office (@metoffice) September 13, 2019
Next week, clouds in central England are expected to sink south and there is uncertainty in the air, with rain, fog and light winds all possible in northern areas.
However, if the high pressure hangs over the UK, the weather could feel fresher.