The scorching weather will be thanks to high pressure sitting above the country, allowing warmer air from Europe to send temperatures rocketing.
Summer solstice is today which means it is the longest day of the year.
The Met Office have confirmed that hot temperatures are set to bake Merseyside and the rest of the country next week.
Forecasters at the weather channel are say that the UK will have more rain, strong winds and thunderstorms this summer.
After a milder week of weather with heavy rain at times things are set to improve through this week on Merseyside.
With the weather getting worse and temperatures taking a dip it has got us thinking when does summer arrive.
After an average start to the week temperatures will increase over the bank Holiday weekend as high pressure settles over the UK.
The warmer weather is set to return once again after a cool and wetter start to the week.
Merseyside and the rest of the UK basked in the hottest April temperatures in 70 years on Thursday
It is highly likely that next week will see the hottest temperatures of the year as air from Spain pushes further north over the UK.