SUNSEEKERS are basking in a 23C scorcher as a blast of warm Spanish air makes Britain hotter than Greece.
The brief heatwave is expected to be Summer’s last stand – with forecasters bracing for a band of stormy weather.
The remains of Hurricane Humberto will merge with low-pressure systems to give the country a wet and windy shake up next week.
Sweltering sunshine will largely hold out through Saturday before temperatures plunge from Sunday.
Rain will sweep in from the west with strong winds and thunderstorms threatening to usher autumn back in with a bang.
Met Office forecaster Nicola Maxey said: “Saturday is going to be the warmest day of this spell of fine weather with temperatures.
“We are expecting highs in the 20Cs as warm, dry air is drawn in from the near Continent.
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“This is due in part to the jet stream which is quite strong at the moment and is helping to pull warm air in from the south.”
The remains of Hurricane Humberto, currently churning the Atlantic off the east coast of America, will help drive the transition, forecasters warn.
A spokesman for The Weather Company added: “More unsettled conditions will move in from the west over the weekend with particularly wet and windy weather expected to start next week as the remnants of Hurricane Humberto are expected to pass to the north-west of Britain.”
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