Carol said: “If you’re wondering ‘Is this warm weather going to hang into the Bank Holiday?’ well yes it is.
“For some of us it will be warmer than we have at the moment.”
She continued: “But still there’s the risk of some thunderstorms that comes with that too.”
Wednesday will be fine for much of the country, with a lot of sunshine and plenty of warm weather around.
The good weather has been brought on because a jet stream in the north is diverting the weather system away from the UK and in the direction of Scandinavia.
This warm spell of weather is going to stay for most of the week, although there will be a spot of rain in some places.
Today will start off quite cloudy and misty in the east, elsewhere sunny spells, clear skies and dry conditions.
In the afternoon the North Sea coasts will feel a lot cooler than the rest of the UK because of on-shore winds.
Warmest weather in the south east of the country, in places such as Norwich, London, Cardiff and Plymouth, where temperatures range between 18 and 23 degrees.
Tomorrow, there will be a few outbreaks of rain in southern counties and in Wales there could be some thunderstorms.
But the rest of the country is going to enjoy another sunny and bright day, especially in the north.
On Friday, showery rain will slowly push northwards across England and Wales, but largely fine in the north.
Bank Holiday weekend is expected to be a scorcher as temperatures could reach 30 Celsius in some parts of the country.
The best of the sunshine will be in Edinburgh, Belfast, Cardiff and London, where the temperature can soar above 20 Celsius.
With temperatures continuing to surge, bookmaker Coral has cut its odds on 30 celsius or higher being reached over the Bank Holiday.
Coral’s Spokesperson Harry Aitkenhead, said: “There may be some showers around over the next few days but the Bank Holiday weekend looks set to be a sweltering one.
“Some parts of the country will be in with a chance of reaching as high as 30 degrees.”
He added: “It might be more punters betting with their hearts over their heads but this prolonged period of warm weather is prompting another rush of bets on 2018 being a record breaking hot one.”
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