This weekend will be the last bank holiday of the year, but will it take the usual course of bleak and dreary weather, or will August end with sunshine and blue skies?
Unfortunately, temperatures across the country will take a dip as a cold front brings fresher air in from the Atlantic.
Deputy Chief Meteorologist, Martin Young, said, “The cooler conditions will continue through the weekend and for some it’ll certainly feel quite different to what we’ve been used to this summer.
“The mornings especially will be quite chilly with temperatures locally in single figures and some of us in rural areas may even have a touch of frost overnight.”
Here’s the weather forecast over the bank holiday weekend.
Highs of: 14C
Lows of: 12C
Today will be considerably cooler, with a peak temperature of around 14C. There will be a mixture of light showers, sunny intervals and periods of cloud, with the temperature beginning to dip at around 22:00.
Saturday, August 25
Highs of: 16C
Lows of: 11C
Another day of sunny spells and scattered showers, but the showers will ease during the day.
Winds will be lighter and, although cool, it will feel pleasant in the sunshine. Maximum temperature of 16C.
Sunday, August 26
Highs of: 16C
Lows of: 14C
Wet and windy weather is expected on Sunday, with a maximum temperature of around 16C. The rain will be considerably heavier throughout Sunday afternoon and it will be overcast for most of the day.
Monday will then be brighter, with sunny intervals and light showers. Maximum temperature of 16C.