Most of the UK will see an “improving picture” within the climate forecast on Monday however the week forward stays unsettled, as many schoolchildren get pleasure from their first week of the summer season holidays.
The Met Office stated early rain and thundery spells would make means for widespread sunshine and showers.
It comes after a weekend of heavy and protracted rain in northern England and Wales which noticed rain and flood warnings issued.
The fourth Ashes Test at Old Trafford noticed no play on Sunday and needed to be ended as a draw, whereas a number of festivals together with bluedot and Tramlines have been pressured into making last-minute changes to deal with the circumstances.
Dan Stroud, meteorologist on the Met Office, stated; “We’ve got a band of rain clearing southwards tomorrow.
“There are likely to be some heavy, potentially thundery bursts across the south and south-east during the course of the morning, but sunny spells and showers already around elsewhere will push right across the whole country during the course of the afternoon, so it is an improving picture.”
Temperatures shall be “a little bit on the cool side” at round or barely under common, the forecaster stated.
Looking additional forward, Mr Stroud added: “Probably the better days of the week are going to be Tuesday and Friday, again with a focus on sunshine and showers.
“We have a band of cloud and rain quickly moving in from the south and west on Wednesday. There is a risk of some coastal gales developing across parts of Devon and Cornwall into Thursday, so it’s looking like a rather unsettled middle chunk of the week.”
He stated the climate will stay changeable for the remainder of the month and into the primary week of August, however that there are “tentative signs” issues will start to settle throughout the second week.