GLASGOW could be in store for a scorching hot weekend.

Temperatures are set to soar with mercury levels predicted to reach highs of 21C due to hot air arriving from mainland Europe.

STV weather presenter Sean Batty said: “Computer models are moving in the right direction for a big warm up next week.

"If the models come off, somewhere in northern Scotland could exceed 20C.”

The sunny weather is expected to hit on Saturday evening, with highs of 13C.

A Met Office forecaster told the Scottish Sun: “Bright or sunny spells will develop for most after Saturday morning. Showers are possible.

“It is likely to become gradually more settled, with dry and probably sunny weather. It will be a marked changed for the northeast of the UK, where it will be warmer than of late.

“For many, temperatures are likely to be above average towards the end of the period from Saturday to April 23, with a reduced chance of rain.

“There will be the chance of windier conditions in the west though, with some rain possible.”