A band of wet weather and heavy wind is expected to sweep across Britain today, bringing potential hazards for motorists.
But an end to the spell of unseasonal weather looks likely to be in sight as parts of Britain are set to be as hot as Ibiza later this week.
By Thursday, brighter weather warms up the country and the mercury could reach 21C in the south east.
It felt like spring or summer at times last week but this weekend it's time to wrap up warm yet again with heavy showers, sleet and snow arriving in Yorkshire.
Laura Tobin tells us more about what to expect over the Bank Holiday weekend.
The weather this week is world's away from last week, where we saw temperature highs of 20.3 degrees in Wales on Thursday.
This week it will feel more like we're returning into Winter, with a return of cold, frosty, icy, and for some of us, snowy, conditions.
From the middle of the week onwards it could turn wet and windy. Not the ideal weather as we head towards the end of April!
It may have felt like spring was in the air earlier this week, this it seems temperatures are set to fall again - with some areas even being warned to prepare for snow! Laura tells us more...
Yesterday was the warmest day of the year in the south of England and Wales with temperatures reaching 19 and 17 degrees respectively.
Laura warns of both tree pollen and UV rays if you're planning to be outside for an extended period of time. However, grass pollen - which affects most of us - won't be out in full force until mid-May.
Unfortunately, both cloud and rain are on their way for most over the next few days, bringing a colder feel for the weekend.
April showers are the name of the game this week as we pick up where the weekend left off.
This band of rain will stay with us all week but high pressure is set to build causing temperatures to tumble as we head into the weekend. Moreover, a northerly will bring frost by night and could turn rain to snow.
All eyes are on the weather at Aintree for this weekend's races, and, although it's mostly bright and dry for Friday, it looks like umbrellas will be needed on Saturday!