It's definitely going to feel warm for the rest of this week.
Cloud will build from the west during Wednesday, producing some showery rain - potentially heavy for a time, before clearing southeast later.
Thursday should be largely dry but temperatures will continue to rise, peaking on Friday with a greater risk of showers.
There is some level of uncertainty about Saturday but it currently looks like there could be some quite distruptive weather - warm, sunny spells but thundery downpours developing.
Here's your Granada forecast for the next few days.......
Dry with clear spells to start the night but tending to cloud over towards dawn from the west, with perhaps some patchy rain reaching the north (Cumbria) and the Isle of Man by morning. Lows for most around 13C.
Some bright spells inland at first - and mainly dry here to start - but outbreaks of rain will spread southeastwards with a few heavier bursts possible. Becoming brighter in the north later as rain clears. Highs 20-22C.
Warm and mostly dry on Thursday with sunny spells and just a slight chance of catching a heavy shower.
There is then an increasing risk of heavy, thundery downpours as we head into the latter part of the week, developing during the second half of Friday but more likely into Saturday.