Many parts of the UK have been enjoying a beautiful spell of weather this week and that is set to continue up until Saturday with temperatures possibly reaching 26°c.
On Sunday conditions start to change quickly with just the far East and East Anglia enjoying one last summery day. Elsewhere the wind will strengthen and cooler air will sweep in bringing rain from the South West.
This will then herald a week of wet, Blustery and cool weather as low pressure systems dance around close to or over the UK.
By the end of next week model outputs then hint towards low pressure moving away towards the East and bringing a sharp Northerly wind over the British Isles with a risk of snow over the high ground in Scotland and widespread overnight frosts elsewhere.