With a scorching heatwave gripping the UK, the mercury has failed to drop to comfortable temperatures overnight this week.
And according to the Met Office, reprieve from the sticky weather isn’t likely any time soon.
Overnight lows in Wales settled in the upper teens and lower 20s Celsius on Monday night, leaving many desperate for relief.
Writing on Twitter, one person complained: “Got steadily hotter the last three nights, this is unbearable. I’m so tired and cranky its unreal.”
Another said: “Can this heatwave please just leave now? Where’s the thunderstorm? I need rain!”
Unfortunately for many, the Met Office is predicting little reprieve from the uncomfortable conditions in the coming days.
Met Office spokeswoman Bonnie Diamond told WalesOnline: “Temperatures are high overnight as the hot air mass remains over the UK and winds are light so the air is very still.
“Until we see the current weather set up turn changeable allowing Atlantic weather fronts to introduce fresher air and less warm temperatures – it will stay uncomfortable,” she said.
The forecast is calling for warm nights on Wednesday and Thursday with readings around 18 or 19°C, before dropping a few degrees to around 16°C over the weekend.
“However this will still be warm and uncomfortable for some people,” she said.
The Met Office is predicting the best chance for a cool down will come around the middle of next week, as some Atlantic weather systems try to move eastward across the UK.
Here’s what to expect where you live as the sticky weather continues: