The warmest early May Bank Holiday weekend as a whole on record is 28.6 recorded on the 6 May 1995 at Cheltenham.
The previous record was 23.6C which was set back in 1999.
The brief spell of summer weather is due to hot air coming in from 86F (30C) southern Russian Federation, leading meteorologists to dub the heatwave the "Roast from Russia".
The maximum average temperatures for May are 13C (55.4F) in the North and 16C (42.8F) in the South.
Expect to hear work colleagues complaining about sunburn tomorrow as the United Kingdom has sizzled over the last three days - with weather forecasters confirming the country has recorded the hottest early May Bank Holiday weekend on record.
The RAC predicts 1.91 million vehicle journeys on Monday will be made with traffic expected to peak between 10am to 4pm.
After the Bank Holiday, the weather begins to change as bands of cloud and rain push in from the Atlantic.
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Mr Dewhurst said: "We are looking at a sunny start".
According to forecasters, the glorious weather could continue into the rest of the week in some parts of the country - just as everyone goes back to work following the bank holiday.
By Friday some longer spells of rain may arrive into the west, while heavy showers may hit the South East.
The weather is set to become mixed as the month progresses, and the May 19 wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle draws near.
Met Office forecaster Charlie Powell said the highs of 28C were not going to be widespread.
He said temperatures will generally be above normal, but this will depend on whether it is a sunny day or a sunny wetter day.
The weekend's hot conditions were created by a mix of low pressure, light winds and consistent sunshine.
"If we see things really warm up it's likely to mean millions more cars on the road, which is bound to cause queues on popular routes".