Easter weekend saw temperatures of over 20C with plenty of glorious sunshine making it the perfect weather to sit out in the garden.
But the warm weather came to a halt as Bank Holiday Monday saw temperatures drop right down to a low of 5C on Wirral.
The cooler weather is set to last most of the week but there will be a welcome change towards the end of the week.
By Thursday temperatures will be near the 20C mark with more warm sunshine predicted.
The Met Office say: “A patchy frost at first on Easter Monday, with some cloud and a fresh breeze.
“The wind will ease through the afternoon, with cloud clearing to reveal mostly sunny skies. Temperatures cooler than Sunday.
“Rural frosts to start on Wednesday, with the rest of the day dry and sunny. Becoming rather warm from Thursday with plenty of sunshine, but turning cloudier on Friday.”
Whatever happens with the weather is it important to stay at home and not be tempted do go out.
Do not go out to meet others, even friends or family, as it is possible to spread the virus even if you don’t have symptoms.
Only go outside for food, health reasons or work (but only if you cannot work from home), always stay 2 metres (6ft) away from other people and wash your hands as soon as you return home.