The UK is set to undergo a country-wide heatwave, with temperatures estimated to rise to more than 25℃ - but will it hit Merseyside?
Several reports have stated that the British Isles will be hotter than the likes of Portugal heading into the autumn, with Hurricane Larry and winds from southern latitudes expected to turn up the heat.
Liverpool has already gone through its fair share of weather these past few weeks, suffering storms that caused flash floods as well as recording their hottest day since the end of July last Tuesday.
The Met Office has reported that temperatures are set to rise across the city, but not quite the heatwave that residents would have hoped for.
The weather organisation have forecasted that Liverpool will stay at a steady 18℃ for the next week at least.
Rain is expected on Tuesday and it could be thundery at times but Wednesday and Thursday will see cloudy skies with sunny spells.
However, the rain is expected to return on Friday and Sunday, either side of a dry and sunny Saturday.
Therefore, the city of Liverpool will get slightly warmer towards the end of the month, but the cloudy conditions and heavy thunderstorms mean that a heatwave is more wishful thinking than it is nailed on certainty.