Paddy McGuinness gets the beers in as stuck motorists soak up bank holiday delay on 'car park' M62Sun worshippers are set to sizzle in the spring heatwave, with Bank Holiday Monday forecast to be the hottest since records began.
The mercury could hit 28C as people round off their three-day weekend - making it the hottest in 40 years.
The May Bank Holiday was introduced in 1978 and the temperature has never topped the 28C mark since then.
Bank Holiday Monday in 1999 was 23.6C, while the hottest bank holiday weekend ever was in 1995 when temperatures peaked on the Saturday at 28.6C.
Top 10 things to do in Leeds over the May bank holiday according to TripAdvisorMet Office forecaster Craig Snell said the South East, East Anglia and the East Midlands will feel the heat most... but it will still push the 25C mark in the north.
Saturday saw highs of 23C or 24C, and Sunday will see the mercury rise to 25C, with it climbing to a potential 28C in some places on Monday.
Scotland and Northern Ireland will be a little cooler, but even eastern parts of Scotland will reach the low twenties at times.
Mr Snell said: "It looks likely we'll at least see our warmest Bank Holiday Monday on record on Monday.
Leeds United: A team of legends chosen by fans to form an Elland Road dream team"23.6C is what we've got to beat, and we're forecasting highs of at least 26C, 27C, possibly 28C, so I think we can safely say that's going to be beaten.
"But whether or not we will beat the record for the whole weekend put together, we'll be close, but at the moment looking at it we may just come short."
The average daytime high for the month of May is around 17C.
Enjoy the sunshine and visit some of these best rooftop bars across LeedsThe record highest temperature for May is 32.8C which was recorded in 1922 and 1944.
Bookmaker Coral has cut the odds on this month seeing the hottest May day ever recorded to 6-4 from 2-1.
Wealthy eyes turn North to spend their millionsYorkshire weather for Saturday evening:
It will be a fine evening, with plenty of warm sunshine. Largely clear skies are then expected overnight, however, with light winds, the odd patch of mist or fog will be possible by dawn. Minimum Temperature 8 °C.
Yorkshire weather for Sunday:
Any early mist will soon clear. A fine day follows, with warm sunny spells and just occasional cloud. However, coastal areas will be a little cooler with an onshore breeze. Maximum Temperature 23 °C.
Yorkshire outlook for Monday to Wednesday:
A very warm and sunny Bank Holiday Monday is expected. Warm again Tuesday, although turning cloudier from the west, perhaps with the odd thunderstorm. Fine, dry, but feeling fresher Wednesday.