GLASGOW is set for a sunny Easter Monday with temperatures higher than Majorca and St Tropez.

The dry bright and warm conditions which have marked a glorious Easter bank holiday weekend look set to continue on Monday.

The Met Office said it was set to be warm once again, with temperatures peaking in the mid 20s, though the sunshine will be hazy across the afternoon.

Highs of 22C are to be expected.

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It comes after Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland each enjoyed their warmest Easter Sunday on record, the Met Office said.

Temperatures reached 23.4C at both Cardiff's Bute Park, in Wales, and at Scotland's Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh, while 21C was recorded at Helen's Bay in Northern Ireland.

The highest temperature of this bright, sunny and dry Easter Sunday in England was the 24.6C which was reached at Heathrow.

This was still shy of the top Easter Sunday temperature from 2011 when the mercury reached 25.3C in the Solent.

Today's temperatures are likely to top the likes of Barcelona, Majorca and Tenerife who'll reach the high teens while Glasgow soars into the early 20s.

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Met Office forecaster Marco Petagna said: "We have got high pressure moving at the moment giving most of the UK a lot of fine weather, this combined with the fact that the high pressure has dominated for the past few days is allowing the temperatures to heat and build."