Brits have flocked to the beaches in thousands this weekend as temperatures soar to 20 degrees Celsius.
Granthshala seekers are packing pebbles up and down the coast across the country to make the most of the warm and non-autumn weather.
The beach at Dorest’s Lime Regis was heating up with families and daytrippers this afternoon.
While the swimmers went for an early morning dip in the Cornish sea at Chapel Porth beach near St Agnes.
On Saturday morning, after a thick fog in England, the crowd had scattered their glow.
The mercury soared to 21.1C in the village of Herstmonsex in East Sussex yesterday.
And a high of 20C is expected in Plymouth this afternoon.
It will be dry over most of England and “sunshine for many”.
A weather forecaster said: “It will be very sunny and the temperature will reach 19C or 20C.
“Elsewhere, skies will be cloudy, with temperatures set to remain in the mid-teens.”
However, not everywhere is enjoying a resurgence of summer, with foggy conditions in northern Scotland and drizzle in parts of Wales.
It will be humid and rainy in Scotland until the evening, followed by continuous torrential downpours in the far north-west.
Things will dry up elsewhere but it will be “cold for many”.
Forecasters said that in some areas the temperature could drop as much as 2 degrees Celsius.
Monday looks like another fine day with plenty of sunshine.
But later in the day it will rain over Northern Ireland, Scotland and northern England.
“Tomorrow the temperature will be close to average with a high of 17C,” said a weather forecaster.
The rest of the week seems mostly settled with some rain and occasional fog.
BBC forecaster Susan Powell said: “With some long hours of sunshine until this afternoon, a good story for most of Britain.
“And there’s going to be great weather in the coming week as well.”
Meteorologist Helen Willetts said: “The southern and western regions will see drier, brighter, slightly warmer weather at best.”