Satellite images from Nasa show a cloudless Ireland as the country continues into its fourth day of the heatwave.
Animals at Dundee's Camperdown Wildlife Centre have been given frozen treats to help them cool down during this heatwave.
Temperatures could soar to almost 30 degrees in the city this week, beating top holiday destinations in Europe in the heat stakes.
Residents have been told to look out the sun cream today as the heatwave continues across Tayside and Fife continues.
The Met Office has issued the second highest heatwave alert for all of Britain as the country endures some extreme heat.
Scotland is basking in a mini heatwave, with temperatures expected to push May records.
Dundonians are set to bask in beautiful sunshine today — with the temperature set to be 10C higher than the average for May.
Hopes of a May heatwave were dispelled by forecasters yesterday as highs of up to 22C (71.6F) were predicted – a far cry from rumours of near 30C (86F).
Dundee and the surrounding area looks all set for one last blast of sunshine today.
Tayside is set to enjoy a balmy end to the month with temperatures expected to reach 20C.
Tayside could be set for a mini heatwave next week with forecasters predicting temperatures in the mid to high 20s.
Britain’s mini-heatwave is set to continue with a day of tropical temperatures ahead of a night of torrential thunderstorms expected to bring nearly a month’s worth of rain.
Today was forecast to become Tayside’s hottest day of the year so far — but the sunny weather will soon make way for thunderstorms.