Temperatures could hit 30C in parts of the UK next week after heavy rain drenches parts of the country, according to the Met Office.
A yellow rain warning is in place for northern England and Wales on Monday, with risks of flooding and disruption to infrastructure and transport.
However, while temperatures are set to rise in Scotland, they are not expected to see the peaks in other parts of the UK.
Scotland is likely to see sunny spells and some scattered showers at the start of the wee
Temperatures may also climb on Friday, with much of England and Wales to surpass 25C, while Scotland and Northern Ireland could reach the low-to-mid 20s.
Many areas will be dry with sunny spells during the warm period, according to the Met Office, but there may be outbreaks of thundery showers.