However thunderstorms and "areas of thundery rain" could hit the county this evening.
Areas in the north-east are reportedly suffering a 60-hour blanket of bad weather and the lack of sunshine is hitting most of England.
A weather warning - of yellow rating - has been issued for the West of England, coming into effect midnight on Monday and ending at the end of Tuesday night.
A warm humid day is expected, with temperatures reaching a high of 26 degrees in Sussex, according to the Met Office.
But, the United Kingdom will have to endure horrendous downpours before Brits feel the heat.
These areas are most likely to be "across central and southwest England, where temperatures could rise into the low 30s Celsius".
High humidity on Monday and Tuesday is being blamed for sparking the thunderstorms, and will result in muggy conditions for many, with overnight highs of 19C possible throughout the week.
But as we know, hot and humid atmospheres are usually a marker of heavy thunderstorms.
Flooding in Wentworth Close, Spalding, during recent heavy rains.
"Overall through much of England and Wales tomorrow generally speaking it's a reasonably dry day with some bright sunny spells but there's that risk of thundery showers which can break out anywhere in those areas".
"There is a small chance of fast flowing or deep floodwater causing danger to life".
- Bill Gates reveals the ‘greatest mistake’ he’s ever made
- Prince George's teacher engaged to Prince William's friend
- Andy Murray suggests he could return to singles action by AUGUST
- Air passenger says Cam Newton offered $1,500 to trade seats
- Pilot dead after Eurofighters crash in midair over Germany
- Facebook Still Leading Social Media Platform in 2019
- British troops could join U.S. in war with Iran says Jeremy Hunt
- Trump imposes fresh sanctions on Iran after shoot-down of Navy drone
- Sophie Turner and Joe Jonas Kissing in Paris
- 4 bodies, including 2 infants, discovered by border agents, sheriff says