Farmers Weather experts predict a warm and dry week ahead with temperatures expected to reach 25 degrees in the South East.
After a mixed Bank Holiday weekend, farmers are keen to know the outlook for the coming week.
According to Farmers Weather expert, Garry Nicholson, the outlook is warm and dry, until the weekend.
He said: "There’s plenty of dry weather ahead this week, although things look like becoming mixed by the weekend, with showery rain for many places.
"Overall it will be warm, temperatures between 18 and 23C, occasionally 25C in the South East.
"Tuesday (today) will be dry, warm and sunny for most places, but some rain reaches Northern Ireland later.
"On Wednesday, a weakening cold front will produce rain for Scotland, North West England and west Wales early in the morning, but this will soon fade, and brighter spells will follow.
"It will be breezy in the north, and a few showers may linger in Scotland. A few spots of rain are possible for the Midlands during Wednesday daytime, but the South and South East is likely to stay dry throughout.
"Thursday will see high pressure across the country, bringing a fine day for most, with sunshine and low humidity. Rain will gradually drift into the far North West of Scotland and Ireland.
"Friday brings outbreaks of showery rain to western regions, and some showers may advance east across central areas, but the south-east will again stay largely dry.
"By the weekend, detail is very uncertain, but we expect rain to affect most areas at some stage - often in the form of showers, but may merge into a few hours of heavy rain, particularly in western areas.
"Indications for next week favour high pressure rebuilding, and may result in plenty of dry and warm weather. However, the North and West may continue to see mixed, showery conditions."