The British summer is set for one last hurrah this weekend with the mercury due to soar up to eight degrees above average in some parts of the country.
The heatwave is set to continue for some parts of the UK after the record-breaking bank holiday weather.
Dundee has enjoyed its sunniest summer so far in the 21st Century – with above-average levels of sunshine and drier than expected weather.
The mercury broke through the 30C barrier as Tayside enjoyed one of the hottest days of the year.
Dundee is set for some truly “taps aff” weather this weekend with sun, clear skies and warm winds expected on Saturday.
Taysiders basked in above-average temperatures as high as 24.5C at the weekend as summer truly kicked in across the area.
Dundonians are set to bask in beautiful sunshine today — with the temperature set to be 10C higher than the average for May.