April is set to get hotter as weather forecasters have predicted highs of 24C in Britain next week.
After a chilly weekend following the 'hottest day of the year' on Friday, temperatures will rise again next week.
According to The Weather Channel, temperatures will rise above normal on Tuesday at 16C in the north and 22C in the south.
Forecaster Kirsty McCabe says: "By the end of the week temperatures could hit the mid twenties. Still some way off the April record of 29.4C set back in 1924."
Meanwhile, Nicky Maxey at the Met Office told the Independent: "It is going to stay fine and dry for most of the week.
"Temperatures will hit 20C with Wales and the West Midlands in for the best of the sunshine and warmth."
Accuweather predicts the same temperature as Marrakech for the UK while 11C hotter than Istanbul for Wednesday.
MeteoGroup forecasters told the Daily Mirror that temperatures will reach 24C in the south east on Wednesday, while Bondi Beach in Sydney, Australia will see temperatures of just 22C. The north of the UK is expected to enjoy 20C.
Speaking to the newspaper, Helen Roberts at The Met Office said: "The hottest days of the year look very possible in the first days of the week ahead. It will become rather warm for many and perhaps very warm in places."