THE Met Office has warned Glaswegians of a “high sunburn risk” as temperatures reach 23°C across the city and its surrounding areas today (May 14).

Glasgow is in store for another dry and bright day with long spells of sunshine and very little cloud cover.

The weather service has said: “It will become very warm today with a high sunburn risk.”

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The heat will be on par with the warm weather in Ibiza.

Tonight will also see a fine, sunny evening then a dry night with clear skies.

With little or no wind, however, it will become chilly in sheltered spots with the chance of shallow fog patches, as the mercury drops to a low of 5°C.

Tomorrow will see the same conditions with temperatures forecast to reach 23°C again.

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The city will see more sunny spells on Thursday - though the Met Office has warned of the chance of the odd shower later.

It will stay mainly dry and bright on Friday, but some rain may be possible later in the day, with showers expected on Saturday.