The country has been treated to warmer temperatures that were above average for October.
Temperatures reached over 20C in parts of the country earlier this week, which is well above the average for the times of year.
However, temperatures will fall back down to what is considered as normal for October this week.
Temperatures will fall back down into single figures during Monday and Tuesday morning on Merseyside to 9C.
🌡️🌡️🌡️ Temperatures: Today vs Yesterday 🌡️🌡️🌡️
🌡️ Scotland and Northern Ireland – not much difference
🌡️England and Wales – MUCH colder pic.twitter.com/5quLDLwf2O
— Met Office (@metoffice) October 14, 2018
This means mornings will start chilly and there could be some frost and fog, especially in rural areas.
But it’s not all bad news, this week is expected to mostly dry through the week across the region.
With no sign of any unsettled weather or storms it’s set to remain a calm week of weather.
The #jetstream will be near the UK on Sunday bringing further unsettled weather for some. However, as it moves north through the week, high pressure is able to build bringing more settled conditions by Thursday pic.twitter.com/KrzvZYkQu1
— Met Office (@metoffice) October 13, 2018
The Met Office say: “A fine start on Tuesday, then rain will move southeastwards. Sunshine and blustery showers on Wednesday.
“A cold start on Thursday with fog and frost, then sunny and less windy.”
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