You can pack your coat away as temperatures are set to stay warm this week.
The weather forecast for the rest of the week is overall fairly settled.
We are currently under the influence of an Azores High.
The Azores High is a semi-permanent subtropical area of high atmospheric pressure (typically found to the south of the Azores in the Atlantic Ocean).
We will see a slight change to conditions later in the week. The high pressure retreats a little way back into the Atlantic, allowing a few frontal systems to take effect by the end of the week.
The fronts will introduce a little more cloud across our skies. It wont be completely cloudy, bright or sunny spells are still possible, but the weather charts are showing more cloud in the forecast through Thursday into Friday. The cloud could also be thick enough for some spots of rain.
Temperatures all the while stay warm, 22 Celsius seems to be fairly typical with little change into the weekend.
Saturday looks to be perhaps a little more breezy, but overall a fine weekend is expected.
It's the British Grand Prix this weekend and I'm sure organisers will be happy that conditions will be better than the washout we saw last year.