It looks set to be a cold, windy and wet end to the week, but it should brighten up over the Bank Holiday weekend.
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Friday's weather really will be atrocious for England and Wales. But Saturday and Sunday may be the last chance for a BBQ for a while.
We can look forward to a fine and bright evening tonight. There will be late and low sunshine before dusk.
Across parts of Scotland and Northern Ireland there will be patchy rain as we head into the night, and first thing tomorrow morning, there will be frost and some fog patches across the UK.
Yesterday some parts of England were colder than on Christmas Day.
Temperatures around the Home Counties and southern England barely got to a measly 6 or 7C.
These are temperatures we usually see in January and February.
Added to this the pouring (in places, thundery) rain and unseasonably gusty winds - made it feel freezing cold for late May.
As we go into the Bank Holiday, there will be a big improvement.
Bright with sunshine and just patchy cloud today and highs of 16 to 17c - a little shy for the time of year, but so much better than yesterday.
It's a very similar set up on Sunday, but as for Bank Holiday Monday, it's all change.
A low pressure system will make for a cold, windy and wet end to the week for some of us. It'll pour with rain across northern and eastern counties - with thunder possible in places.
The rest of England and Wales will be prone to showers and unseasonably strong winds - bringing the chance of some disruption.
There's no easy way to say it - it'll feel cold and thoroughly miserable for the time of year.
On the other hand, Scotland, Northern Ireland, Cumbria and the Isle of Man will have a fine and bright day with some sunshine.
As for the Bank Holiday weekend - it's not looking too bad at all.
Most of us will have some sunshine and many places will get away with a dry couple of days. By Bank Holiday Monday, there's hints of things deteriorating from the west but temperatures will still get up to 20C or so.