Miss Yeomans said the hot weather will persist in southern areas on Tuesday although conditions could break down later in the week with cooler temperatures.
The warmest weather is expected from Sunday as winds swing round to blow in from the continent rather than the Atlantic.
Tuesday will remain warm before temperatures ease and showers begin to hit the United Kingdom during the week.
High temperatures are forecast through June and July, while August is expected to be even hotter.
He said: 'It should be a relatively easy journey in terms of the impacts from weather'.
Met Office forecasters say early fog patches will soon clear to leave another dry, warm and sunny day in the region.
Most parts of England and Wales will enjoy temperatures in the 20s throughout the weekend, with the best of the weather predicted for the South East. A fine day follows, with warm sunny spells and just occasional cloud.
Temperatures of just 42F (5.5C) in Frittenden, Kent and 46F (8C) in Norwich were recorded.
Trains were cancelled as engineers struggled to reopen lines hit by flooding and fallen trees.