The south of Britain will be under a heat wave of 25 ° C today, while rains and strong winds hit the north.
Britain will be divided by the gloomy weather, while remnants of tropical storm Gabrielle will send warm air into the south.
London, East of England and parts of South East England will experience the highest temperatures while Southern residents enjoy the late summer sun. .
At the same time gusts of up to 45 km / h could hit the north, especially in Lancashire, Cumbria and Wales.
Heavy rains are also forecast, with a fall of up to 20 mm in 24 hours in parts of Scotland and Northern Ireland.
Luke Miall, Met Office, told The Sun Online: "The most affected areas will be the heights.
"If you are in these areas, you will need your friends."
The extremely strong winds of Hurricane Dorian and Tropical Storm Gabrielle channel a gentle wind to the north, which means that much of the UK is diving into a hot, sunny week.
The drizzle will dissipate to give a clear start to Thursday with the improved weather and the arrival of the heatwave in the southeast.
But the remains of Tropical Storm Gabrielle will also see rain seeping in.
These showers will dissipate and the storm will be no more than a light breeze when it reaches the southeast of England.
Friday will be sunny, especially in England and Wales, where the weekend will be sunny and temperatures as high as 25 ° C.
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John Hammond, a former BBC and Met Office forecaster, said, "After September 16, temperatures in the 1920s are quite achievable.
"It could become very hot. There are indications that high pressure will build. "
Met Office forecaster Marco Petagna said: "It's hotter and wet as the remains of Dorian and Gabrielle fuel the UK with tropical air.
"It's even hotter at the end of the week and early next week with high pressure, with 25 ° C possible in the south."
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The good news comes after the revelation that the UK is going to experience an Indian summer in the coming weeks.
Mercury soars while a plume of Saharan air follows the fallout of Hurricane Dorian.
The high pressure bringing heat from North Africa to the UK will be under fire in the fall for at least next week.
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