They say that all good things must come to an end, and unfortunately that was true of this week’s heatwave.
Temperatures are expected to fall by almost 15C in some parts of the UK after hitting highs of 34C yesterday.
Clouds and showers are forecast across much of England and Wales – although it will remain brighter and sunnier in the south.
However, it will still be cooler than the record-breaking highs of the past three days as cooler Atlantic air moves in.
Racegoers were pictured in their peaked caps on their way to Ascot – in stark contrast to yesterday when men were were allowed to remove their ties for the first time ever because of the sweltering heat.
The Met Office said temperatures in the Midlands could fall to 15C, as well as some rain, after highs of 29C on Friday, while the North West is expected to fall from 25C to 14C.
A satellite image posted to Twitter shows how much the weather has changed in just 24 hours.
The final heat is reserved for the south, with highs expected of 26°C in London and 27°C in Southampton.
On Sunday, rain is forecast for the southern parts and the north, while other regions are expected to have sunny periods.
However, there are currently no flood warnings after one for the Thames at Putney was removed following a reassessment.
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