SPAIN may have the best beaches in the whole world, having recently scooped up a record-breaking 586 blue flags, but we do not have the weather to match this weekend.
British sun worshippers will enjoy the short-lived opportunity to see the mercury rise higher than in Madrid, Lisbon or Rome.
Friday will see temperatures of around 22-23 degrees Centigrade and the weekend will reach highs of 24-26.
Meanwhile temperatures in Madrid and Lisbon are set to sit at around 17-18 degrees which is lower than Scotland which is expected to exceed 20.
Andalucia is in for a weekend of rain, cloud and even lightening for Malaga, Cordoba, Granada and Jaen provinces and stormy seas.
It will not be a record-breaking weekend however, the record is currently set at 32.8 degrees Centigrade for a May day in 1922 and 1944.
South-east and central England are set to see the highest temperatures.
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