As people across the UK enjoy a Monday off to celebrate the Early May Bank Holiday, the weather is set to be warm and sunny.

According to the Met Office, there will be sunny spells but also heavy showers.

In the early morning, the Met Office predicts patches of fog that will clear to give the day a bright start.

The maximum temperature is forecasted to be 20 degrees.

As we head into the rest of the week, there is likely to be a mixture of sunny spells and scattered showers.

It will stay largely dry and be cloudy and cool but feel warm in the sunshine.

We have compiled an hour-by-hour forecast according to the Met Office so that you can plan your bank holiday Monday.

Hour-by-hour forecast:

6am – 11 degrees

7am – 11 degrees

8am – 12 degrees

9am – 13 degrees

10am – 14 degrees

11am – 14 degrees

12pm – 15 degrees

1pm – 15 degrees

2pm – 15 degrees

3pm – 16 degrees

4pm – 16 degrees

5pm – 16 degrees

6pm – 16 degrees

7pm – 15 degrees

8pm – 15 degrees

9pm – 14 degrees

10pm – 14 degrees

11pm – 14 degrees

Met Office forecast in full:


“Any showers soon easing to leave a dry night, with clear spells.

“Some mist and fog patches forming by dawn.

“A cool night under clearer skies, with light winds. Minimum temperature 5 °C.”


“Early fog patches clearing to give a bright start.

“Sunny spells and heavy showers, possibly thundery, breaking out in the afternoon.

“Cloudier with showery rain in the far south. Maximum temperature 20 °C.”

Outlook for Tuesday to Thursday:

“A mixture of sunny spells and scattered showers Tuesday, but cloudier and cooler along the coast. Staying largely dry with sunny spells Wednesday and Thursday.

“Feeling warm in the sunshine.”