Hotter climate is on the best way, with potential highs of 21C (70F), after a weekend of excessive winds and heavy rain, the Met Workplace has mentioned.
The autumnal climate is ready to proceed over the following two days earlier than the mercury begins to rise from Wednesday.
Monday will see scattered heavy showers, with between 10mm and 20mm of rainfall anticipated throughout southwest England and South Wales and temperatures at round 16-17C (60F-63F).
Tuesday is anticipated to be the worst day of the week, with sturdy gales and heavy downpours of as much as 40mm in southwest England and temperatures dropping to 14C (57F) – three levels decrease than the typical for October.
Met Workplace meteorologist Tom Morgan mentioned: “It is nearly every week of two halves, the week begins very like the weekend was.
“It’s fairly unsettled and changeable, there will probably be some heavy showers round on Monday, nevertheless it will not be feeling fairly as cool because it did in lots of locations this weekend.
“It is all again downhill once more by Tuesday, as fairly a deep Atlantic space of low strain arrives from the southwest, so though we’ve not acquired any climate warnings in drive for Tuesday but, it’s in all probability the most probably day this week that we’ll see some extreme climate.”
Nonetheless, from Wednesday onwards it is going to stay dry and there will probably be sunny spells, with the potential to achieve 21C (70F) in some locations on Thursday and Friday, and widespread highs of 18C (64F) throughout the UK for the remainder of the week and into the weekend.
Mr Morgan mentioned: “We are going to see some cussed areas of low clouds and mist and fog, lasting by way of the mornings, however most locations will see dry climate with some sunshine at instances, and temperatures will begin to rise.”
Regardless of the upper temperatures, there’s potential for some native hazardous climate from thick fog and poor visibility in a single day in addition to frost, introduced in by excessive strain circumstances, Mr Morgan added.