Highs of 24°C are expected in Northumberland, whereas Mauritius will experience highs of 21°C, according to Met Office forecasters.
For those not heading to the Indian Ocean island, here is the weather forecast for this week:
Monday and Tuesday’s outlook
Forecasters at the Met Office are predicting a cooler start to the week, with highs of 16°C expected on Monday and Tuesday.
Cloud is expected to build throughout Monday, with the “odd shower possible” however most places will remain dry.
That cloud is predicted to turn into rain as we head into Tuesday, August 4, with some heavier bursts.
"Brighter spells” are expected over the course of Tuesday afternoon and although forecasts are saying it will not rain, wind speeds are thought to rise bringing a cooler feel.
Temperatures are expected to jump to 21°C on Wednesday, August 5 and will continue to rise heading into the weekend.
The Met Office website says: “Overnight rain, perhaps heavy for a time Wednesday morning, easing through the day. Blustery winds also easing. Fine, increasingly sunny and turning very warm on Thursday."
Thursday, August 6 will see another rise in temperatures, with 23°C predicted to be the high.
Friday will be the best day temperature wise, with highs of 24°C and sunny spells throughout the day.
Heading into the weekend
Saturday will be slightly cooler than Thursday and Friday, with temperatures dropping to 22°C.
Monday, August 3 – Sunny intervals throughout the day with a chance of rain, 16°C.
Tuesday, August 4 – Chance of heavy showers in the morning, sunshine in the afternoon, 16°C.
Wednesday, August 5 – Heavy rain to start the day, sunny spells throughout the afternoon, 21°C.
Thursday, August 6 – Temperatures set to turn warm, 23°C.
Friday, August 7 – Sunny spells throughout the day, 24°C.
Saturday, August 8 – Some cloudy spells expected by lunchtime, making it cooler than previous days, 22°C.
Sunday, August 9 – More of the same, cloudy with sunny spells, 18°C.