Those heading back to work in North Wales after the UK's hottest early May Bank Holiday weekend on record will enjoy sweltering temperatures for one more day before the mercury dips.

The Bank Holiday sunshine - which saw Hawarden in Flintshire peak at 25C on Monday - is expected to stick around for one more day before a front bringing cloud and rain pushes in from the West.

Met Office Forecaster Helen Roberts said highs of 28C (82.4F) were expected on Tuesday, but the South East and central southern England are  likely to see the warmest conditions with Wales expected to be cooler with maximum temperatures of 20C (32F)

A "massive drop in temperature" is forecast as the week progresses.

From Wednesday, it will be "nowhere near as warm" as the Bank Holiday temperatures, she said, with temperatures struggling to hit 20C (32F) and most likely resting in the mid teens.