Yesterday saw rain and wind whip through the UK amid a weekend washout, but an expected high pressure front is due to pull warm and sunny weather back in.
People headed to the coast today to make the most of the surprise sunshine.
Forecasters are expecting temperatures to soar eight degrees higher than normal for this time of the year.
The Met Office predicts tomorrow will be warm and dry, with Tuesday also seeing fine and dry weather.
Meteorologists reckon highs could reach 20C in north-east England by Tuesdays, with highs up to 19C elsewhere.
The best weather will be found in central and north-east England where the high pressure will bring sunshine and high temperatures.
However, showers are likely in the south and west on Monday, with further outbreaks on Tuesday in north-east Scotland.
The sunshine will provide a welcome respite after a weekend washout – with heavy rain and thunder expected across the west this weekend.
Weather Channel forecaster Katie Greening said: "Temperatures will be unseasonably cool the time of year next week, but spiking slightly above average Tuesday.
"The higher temperatures will be as a result of the flow of warmer air from the south ahead of low pressure. In its wake temperatures will lower in the following northerly to north-westerly wind.”
"A weak front with cloud and some spits of rain is forecast on Wednesday, turning much cooler again on Thursday and Friday with highs of 13 to 16C."
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