Dundonians should manage to dodge the worst of Storm Chris which is due to arrive this weekend.
Forecasters say that although rain and cloud will set in across the region, temperatures are still to remain high in what has been a glorious summer for Taysiders so far.
Storm Chris is expected to cause disruption for certain parts of the UK as it makes its way across the Atlantic.
The “intense” category two storm will have weakened considerably by the time it reaches Europe, but it will still disrupt the weather in Britain.
Heavy downpours and thundery showers could be on the way caused by what will be an ex-hurricane by the time it hits the UK.
Some areas could see thunder and lightning, although Tayside will dodge any summer storms.
The west coast and the most northern Highlands are expected to be the worst hit areas of Scotland.
The country has basked in sunshine over the past few weeks with temperatures well into the mid-20s.
Becky Mitchell from the Met Office said: “Gradually it’s going to be turning less sunny for the area through the course of this week.
“In terms of how it will affect the region, it will have very little impact.
“Generally, the weather is going to be more changeable with some spots of rain and a lot more cloud around.
“Over the next few days the temperatures will be into the high teens and low 20s, so it will definitely be cooler.
“But it will become warmer towards the weekend so it is an improving story.
“The weekend will see some sunshine but as it progresses that might become more limited.
“Temperatures will be into the low to mid 20s so it will still be pretty warm. That will then turn into cloud and a lot of rain as we head into next week.
“Elsewhere in the UK may see thunderstorms because of the warm temperatures but that’s not going to be a factor in this region.
“Tayside will be largely unaffected with just the cloud and slight rainfall ahead for the coming days.”
The Tele previously revealed that readings from weather monitors in Perthshire detected temperatures as high as 30.5C.
In Dundee, where the coast air is cooler, the mercury has generally remained in the mid to high 20s.
Weather warnings have been issued in other parts of the UK in anticipation of Storm Chris.
A yellow weather warning is in place for London and south-east England, north-west England, south-west England, Wales and the West Midlands tomorrow, meaning there is “the potential for heavy and slow-moving thundery downpours in places”.