A mini heatwave could see people enjoy "the hottest week of the year" with temperatures soaring to 18C across parts of the country.
Although Monday morning will see some frost and fog, the Met Office said skies will clear and temperatures are expected to rise.
In the North East , it's expected to be a bright morning with "some sunny spells" as the day continues to stay warm and dry through the afternoon with highs of 16C.
But towards the end of the week, temperatures are expected to rise even further meaning it could possibly become the hottest week of the year so far, the Mirror reports.
A Met Office forecaster said: "For the vast majority, once any early morning fog's cleared, it's looking like another dry day.
"Plenty of sunshine as well and really much warmer I think, with highs of 17C or 18C expected for many inland areas."
Clear skies and dry conditions are due to continue into the evening.
More warm, sunny weather is expected this week, as millions look ahead to another week of eating and drinking outside pubs, after lockdown restrictions were eased on Monday, April 12.
Met Office forecaster Marco Petagna said: "Daytime temperatures will rise a little over the next few days."
An estimated 2.7 million people enjoyed drinks outside pubs this weekend, with around 250,000 venues now serving alcohol, while 20 million descended on high streets.
Around four million pints were drunk per day and a whopping £3bn was spent over the weekend.
Last year, the UK saw the sunniest April on record, according to the Met Office.
It was also the fifth warmest April on record and the UK only received 40 per cent of average April rainfall.
Here's the full forecast for the region:
A cold start with any frost or isolated fog patches soon lifting, then a dry and bright morning with some sunny spells, especially in the east. Staying warm and dry through the afternoon, but with increasingly hazy sunshine. Maximum temperature 16°C.
Turning cold again overnight, but generally cloudy for much of the region. Some brief clear spells are possible, with a risk of slight frost, mist or coastal fog. Minimum temperature 0°C.
After early frost or mist clear, a dry, but generally cloudy morning with light winds. Cloud then thickening through the afternoon with some spots of rain and drizzle. Maximum temperature 17°C.
Outlook for Wednesday to Friday:
Cloud and rain clearing through Wednesday morning, then dry and sunny later but frosty overnight. Fine, dry and sunny through Thursday and Friday, but with further overnight frosts.