The BBC predicts unpredictable and unexpected weather conditions to cut off any intermittent sunlight. Meteorologist Simon Kings said that we can expect conditions that are "quite similar to those at the weekend – a mixture of mixed sun and some showers." He said: "Some of the showers will be on the hard side."
"These breads are fed into the low pressure zone to the west.
"The maximum temperature today is 11 to 15 degrees."
Mr Kings warned that they could easily get into "rain gusts" in Wales and in the north-west.
He predicted that Wednesday would be another cloudy and wetter day in Scotland, Northwest England, Northwest Wales, and Northern Ireland, later splitting itself into bad showers.
At the same time, bake in the East under unusually high temperatures, as many "climb teenagers, possibly 17 degrees down south-east of England".
BBC meteorologist predicts the arrival of some fog at the end of the week and a lot of sunburst between scattered showers across the UK.
He said: "At the beginning of next week, we will often see low pressure sitting on the Northwest of the British Isles.
In addition, the neighboring weather system in the north of France could create a veil of clouds across eastern England and the south-east, as well as rain spots.