Wednesday 23 May 2012, 17:15
Tomorrow a few coasts in the north and west may stay grey and misty with sea fog in the Irish Sea but the low cloud should be less extensive than today so more of the country should turn out fine, sunny and very warm.
Top temperatures will be around 25 Celsius, 77 Fahrenheit and it will feel humid with little in the way of wind.
If you don't like the heat, then head to the coast and beaches where sea breezes will keep things refreshingly cooler, about 15 Celsius in Rhyl and 13 Celsius in Fishguard. This is because the sea temperature is still quite cool around 10 or 11 Celsius.
On Friday and over the weekend, an easterly breeze will pick-up making it feel fresher but staying dry and sunny.
Friday is likely to be the hottest day of the week with temperatures soaring as high as 26 Celsius, even on the west coast with a breeze off the land. The sun will be very strong too so don't forget your hat and suncream.
By Sunday evening, if not before, some rain and thundery showers over the West Country may spread into Wales.
Next week looks like turning cooler and more unsettled with changeable weather expected in June so enjoy the hot and sunny weather while it lasts!