This week's weather forecast - how long will the sunshine last?
After a beautiful weekend of sunshine, the question on everyone's lips is how long the hot spell will last.
Sadly it looks like it might be time to put the shorts away and cancel that BBQ you had planned - the sunny weather won't stretch to the end of the week.
It looks set to cool down towards the end of the week, with thundery showers forecast too.
Tonight the Met Office is predicting that it will be mostly dry with clear spells, and mist and fog patches a possibility.
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Into tomorrow there will be bright and sunny spells developing, although it will remain cloudy closer to the coast.
It will still be warm but not as hot as it has been over the last week, with maximum temperatures at about 22C. There is a chance of isolated thundery showers towards the east of Bristol.
From Wednesday onwards it looks like we will be getting bright spells with scattered heavy showers, and some thunder on Wednesday.
Friday should be brighter and cooler with sunny spells after early mist and fog clears.
So it looks like a much cooler few days for the Jubilee celebrations and the bank holiday weekend.