From The Weather Outlook.com:
The exceptional heatwave is set to continue through the coming week with maximum temperatures on most days close to 30C (86F) in central and southern regions.
[Updated 06:55 15/07/2013]
The exceptional heatwave is set to continue through the coming week with maximum temperatures on most days close to 30C (86F) in central and southern regions. Northern Britain will be cooler early in the week but temperatures could well rise here later. Today early mist and cloud should quickly lift allowing sunny periods to develop and temperatures to rocket. 31C (88F) is possible in the south. Scotland could be the exception with cloudier skies at times. A repeat performance is likely tomorrow but by Wednesday the heat could be triggering isolated downpours or thunderstorms, although most places should remain dry with sunny periods. The longevity of the spell is what looks like making it exceptional, and it is a massive contrast with the weather we’ve seen during recent summers. By the weekend high pressure should still be bringing a lot of fine weather but there are some signs of change developing as it becomes centred further north. With the summer season now well under way Buzz will keep a close eye on the unfolding weather and our Event Planner will give you the latest weather forecast for a massive number of festivals and sports fixtures.