BRITAIN will sizzle AGAIN in scorching 32C temperatures on Monday - after a record-breaking weekend at packed beaches.
It follows the hottest day of the year so far, when crowds soaked up scorching rays as a blowtorch straight from the Azores warmed UK shores.
Both England and Wales recorded the hottest day of the year on Sunday, beating records set on Saturday.
And forecasters predict it could be even warmer throughout the week, with temperatures in the low 30s.
The highest temperature of the day was recorded at Heathrow, which rocketed to 31.6C.
That beat 30.3C which was recorded in Coton In The Elms, Derbyshire, on Saturday, surpassing the 29.7C recorded in south-west London on June 14.
It was also the hottest day of the year so far in Wales, Cardiff, spiking to 30.2C, beating Saturday's temperature of 29.6C in Usk, Monmouthshire, Wales.
Scotland and Northern Ireland did not beat records on Sunday, recording highs of 26.1C in Threave, Scotland, and 25.5C in Thomastown, NI.
The UK was even warmer than the Bahamas and Tenerife.
UK weather – Britain to sizzle AGAIN in scorching 32C temperatures after record-breaking weekend at the beach
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