Brits hoping to enjoy some fun during the half-term holiday will be well surprised, but they’ll have to get off the block early because it’s raining later in the week.
As the week progresses, the weather worsens, becoming wetter and windier, although temperatures should remain slightly above average for the time being and reach 16C.
Met Office forecaster Simon Patridge pointed out: “If you want to do something outside next week it’s better to get out early in the week.”
It will rain mainly on Monday in the western parts of the UK above and below, with winds blowing to the north.
Most of the rest of the UK will see sunshine, although some showers may occur.
According to the Met Office, the weather will remain dry on Tuesday, although it will rain later in the North West, Western Scotland and Northern Ireland.
Those conditions will continue through Wednesday, with some rain being seen over Northern Ireland and western Scotland.
Although England and Wales will be predominantly dry, it will be humid with some sunshine as well.
The conditions will change from Thursday as low pressure from the west is bringing with it rain.
Temperatures are expected to remain largely stable throughout the week, with the south enjoying temperatures around the mid-teens and top temperatures of 16C.
It will be slightly cooler in the north and the mercury will be around 13-14 degree Celsius.
There is no chance of frost next week as night temperatures will remain in the mid to high single figures.
The half-baked holiday will see a dramatic change in weather after northern parts were hit by snow earlier this week and southern regions were battered by floods.
Hurricane Auror battered Britain, causing flooding in the south of England.
It rained in the west and north with a “winter” season over some of the northern hills.
The Met Office said inclement weather is likely to continue for the rest of this week, with rain and wind conditions expected over western Scotland and some areas of central and northern England and Wales on Friday.
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