The summer heatwave looks to be well and truly over as Powys prepares for a wet and windy bank holiday weekend.

According to the Met Office, temperatures across the UK will take a dip as a cold front brings fresher air in from the Atlantic during tomorrow and Sunday. 

But Monday looks as though it could be sunnier, with showers clearing away through Sunday, forecasters say.

Saturday will see plenty of sunshine for most, though a few showers are still likely. In the best of the sunshine, temperatures could rise to around 18 or 19 Celsius so it should feel quite pleasant.

Things are set to change on Sunday, with rain arriving from the west during the morning and spreading eastwards across many parts of the country through the rest of the day. Some of the rain could be heavy at times, the Met Office says.

Deputy Chief Meteorologist, Martin Young, said, “The cooler conditions will continue through the weekend and for some it’ll certainly feel quite different to what we’ve been used to this summer.  The mornings especially will be quite chilly with temperatures locally in single figures and some of us in rural areas may even have a touch of frost overnight.”