As I stare through a rain-stained window and contemplate the prospect of a cold and wet #BankHolidayMonday in Formby, you may find this MetOffice weather forecast useful.
Regional Forecast for North West England
Unsettled today with rain and hill snow. Brighter, showery tomorrow.
Easter Monday will be unsettled. It will be generally cloudy, wet and windy with some heavy rain in places. There will also be some snow, especially over the north Pennines. Maximum temperature 8 °C.
It will stay cloudy and wet during the evening, with further hill snow at first. Rain will become showery overnight, with some clearer spells developing. Remaining frost-free. Minimum temperature 6 °C.
Tuesday will be a sunnier day, although with scattered showers. The showers are most likely in the morning, and some could be heavy. Becoming rather warm in the sunshine. Maximum temperature 15 °C.
Outlook for Wednesday to Friday:
Another day of sunshine and heavy showers is expected on Wednesday. Thursday looks drier, but colder, with early frost. Friday should be mostly fine, but breezy, and perhaps milder again.