Temperatures across the UK are set to soar once again this weekend - with parts of the country reaching 34C (and hotter than the Caribbean).

Here's the latest forecast from the Met Office.

This Friday (August 7) is set to be the hottest day, but Saturday (August 8) and Sunday (August 9) will also remain warm, with bright, clear skies for many.

What will the weather be like on Friday?

The Met Office said: “After an unsettled start to the week in places, it will turn drier and much warmer across many parts of the UK later this week, with hot conditions developing across southern areas.”

Friday, August 7, will see bright sunshine throughout the day for many parts of the UK, with temperatures expected to rise as high as 31C in Herefordshire.

For those planning a trip outside of the county, London could see temperatures reaching 34C, while Yorkshire will see bright sunshine and highs of 28C on Friday, with the East of England also set to see bright skies and a peak temperature of 32C.

The North West will see sunshine throughout the day in many areas on Friday, with highs of 24C.

Elsewhere, the North East will see sunshine and a peak temperature of 26C.

What’s the weather forecast for Saturday and Sunday?

On Saturday (August 8) and Sunday (August 9), southern parts of the UK will continue to see sunshine and warm temperatures.

Herefordshire will see bright skies and a peak temperature of 29C, with some parts of the UK hitting 31C, whereas Sunday will see sunny intervals and a slightly cooler temperature of 28C.

The high temperatures are expected to last into next week, with the Met Office currently predicting we will see temperatures of 29C on Monday 10 and another high of 30C on Tuesday 11.