Thunderstorm warnings have been issued as the heatwave which has gripped the south east comes to an end.
Temperatures on Thursday will only reach highs of 21C in Birmingham, with London barely hitting 19C.
There will be sunshine and showers over...
A spokesman for the Met Office said: "Whilst many places will miss the heaviest rain, thunderstorms are likely to affect parts of east and southeast England during Tuesday afternoon and particularly into the evening".
Met Office forecaster Craig Snell said: "As we go into August, September and October the odds look like it will be warmer than normal".
"For August-October, above-average temperatures are more likely than below-average".
"This also increases the chances of above-average United Kingdom temperatures, particularly in the early part of the forecast period".
Georgia’s accession to North Atlantic Treaty Organisation would cause a "terrible conflict" - Medvedev
Under NATO rules, countries with territorial conflicts can not join the alliance. Russian Federation interrupted and ousted the Georgian military from Tskhinvali.
Manchester United plot last ditch move for Atletico Madrid's Diego Godin
But Mourinho's hopes were dashed after he was was told the Uruguayan global has agreed a new deal with Atletico Madrid. But United appear to still be trying to bring in a top defender with attention suddenly turning to Godin.
Jose Mourinho: Man Utd boss 'not confident' of deadline day signing
Wright has picked out Liverpool , Manchester City , Manchester United and Arsenal as his top-four prediction in the league. He has already signed three players this summer after Fred, Diogo Dalot and Lee Grant arrived for a combined £68 million.
However, after a sweltering hot summer, the United Kingdom could see warmer-than-average temperatures in the autumn, according to the Met Office.
In the longer term, the Met Office's analysis has suggested hot, dry conditions could return and continue into the autumn.
The outlook - used by planners, businesses and government to start plotting weather-related decisions - shows an increased chance of high-pressure systems close to the United Kingdom, meaning settled conditions are more likely than unsettled weather from our typical Atlantic weather systems.
Whilst the intense heat of the previous weeks does look to have passed, warm weather is expected to remain in the United Kingdom until October, because of a global heatwave that has seen record temperatures set across Europe.
But latest weather prediction models show heavy rain will start to blight Scotland, north-west England and south-east England from Wednesday as conditions turn "fresher and changeable".
'But it's too soon to say if the heatwave is coming to an end.
Britain's heatwave will continue for a couple more days this week before temperatures are set to drop.