Sunshine will persist but temperatures are set to cool after Sunday took the record as the UK’s hottest day of the year so far – beating Saturday’s high by a tenth of a degree.
Plymouth hit 24.4C on Sunday, narrowly topping Saturday’s record of 24.3C in Bramham, West Yorkshire.
But forecasters predict bank holiday Monday will bring cooler temperatures.
“Hazy cloud pushing through at times might make the sunshine hazy in places.
“Temperatures then going to be feeling cooler along eastern coastal areas.”
It is understood Wales and south-west England will be warmest on Monday with temperatures possibly reaching 20C.
Meanwhile, the Metropolitan Police warned it will take “robust action” against protesters causing serious disruption over the bank holiday as two Just Stop Oil (JSO) supporters were charged with aggravated trespass after invading the pitch at Twickenham during the Gallagher Premiership final on Saturday.
“With many other events taking place, and visitors in our capital this weekend, we will continue to monitor and respond to such incidents quickly,” police added.
“Where protest moves into criminality or serious disruption, we will take robust action to ensure Londoners and visitors alike can continue to enjoy their bank holiday weekend.”