"There is a chance they could be heavy and thundery but in between we have got a dry slice of weather with a fair bit of sunshine but you might catch the odd shower".
"For August-September-October, the Met Office long-range prediction system, in agreement with systems from other prediction centres, shows an increased chance of high-pressure patterns close to the United Kingdom".
Whilst the intense heat of the previous weeks does look to have passed, warm weather is expected to remain in the United Kingdom until October, because of a global heatwave that has seen record temperatures set across Europe.
Temperatures could potentially peak at 34C (91.4F) in Essex or Norfolk on Tuesday, after a balmy weekend where the hottest temperature on Sunday was 30.2C (86.36F) recorded in Northolt, Greater London, the Met Office said.
The spokesman warned of hard driving conditions in areas hit by heavy rain and winds.
More low pressure from the Atlantic looks set to arrive by the weekend, threatening every region of the United Kingdom with torrential downpours and cooler temperatures.
'But it's too soon to say if the heatwave is coming to an end.
THE sun might not set on summer until the end of October with the next three months forecast to be the hottest for 38 years.