Thermometers are poised to rocket towards the 35C (95F) mark within the next two weeks with blistering temperatures holding out until SEPTEMBER.
Although it will feel fresher over the next few days, long-range forecasts suggest August is gearing up to deliver multiple bursts of intense hot weather.
Experts put the chaotic summer so far down to the erratic nature of the jet stream which is currently positioned directly over the UK.
During the start of the season it was nestled south of the UK allowing cold air in from the north with a sudden northwards swing last week driving the first heatwave of summer.
Thermometers are poised to rocket back into the mid 30Cs at the start of next month as another surge of heat sweeps up from the Continent.
Weathermen say the next sizzler will be longer and possibly hotter than last week’s heatwave which saw the mercury push past the 33C (91F) mark.