SCOTLAND is predicted to sizzle again as a new mini-heatwave is set to strike.
Forecasters claims temperatures could hit around 30C as a Spanish plume reaches the UK.
Met Office forecaster Mark Wilson said: “It’s all change after the weekend’s autumnal conditions.”
MeteoGroup forecaster Julian Mayes said: “Wednesday and Thursday look like seeing the peak temperatures, with the odd 30C possible.
“The Spanish Plume has a clear signal for a thundery breakdown on Thursday, with the Bank Holiday weekend looking quite unsettled, particularly in the north, with a south-westerly flow.”
The Weather Outlook forecaster Brian Gaze added: “Autumn will be followed by summer as the mercury soars, with temperatures a degree or two in excess of 30C possible.”
The forecast comes as six people were killed in changeing weather off the British coast.