THE balmy Bank Holiday saw temperatures hit 24C (75F) but the sun’s over from tomorrow.
Brits sunbathed safely in Brighton where the weather was better than Nice, France (21C).
Today’s high will be 21C (70F) but the Met Office said: “A cold front will bring rain, heading south over the day.
“Monday takes a windier turn with temperatures falling even further to around 14C (57F).”
Forecasters predict the mercury could even fall below zero as the heatwave comes to an abrupt end.
Forecasters predict we could be about to have the coldest summer in five years due to a 1,500 mile-wide Atlantic 'cool blob'.
Bookies Coral cut the odds on summer being cooler than average, from 3/1 to 6/4.
Forecaster Brian Gaze said: “A run-of-the-mill summer would be a shock.”
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