PUBLISHED: 08:51, Mon, Jul 1, 2019 | UPDATED: 08:51, Mon, Jul 1, 2019
Carol Kirkwood explained on the BBC that Monday won’t see anything like the temperatures it did over the weekend where the UK saw the hottest temperature of the year at 34 degrees. She noted that it would be considerably windy as a high of 55mph winds could be expected in addition to the showers that move in from Scotland. Ms Kirkwood also explained much of this week will be split on a north-south divide reading temperatures.
She began by saying: “For all of us today it is a mixture of sunny spells or showers.
“Most of the showers will be in the north in parts of Scotland, Northern Ireland, northwest England and also north Wales.
“You can also see a fair bit of cloud that is going to be moving across us through the day.
“Monday Morning across Scotland will hold on to those showers, there is quite a bit of cloud around.
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Carol Kirkwood forecasted showers throughout Monday as temperature drop to the low 20s (Image: BBC/Met Office)
The temperatures across the UK are set to cool across the UK after the weekend heatwave (Image: WXCHART )
“It is going to be very windy gusting around 45 - 55mph and it is not till the afternoon will that settle down.
“For Northern Ireland and northern England again there is a risk of showers with some of it getting into north Wales as well and quite a bit of cloud