We hope you enjoyed Chester bathing in warm sunshine last week, because it seems it is not going to last.
Highs of 17 degrees Celsius across Cheshire seem long gone with cold weather due to make an unwelcome return from today (April 26).
Daytime temperatures will not get any higher than eight degrees all week.
Forecasters say overnight temperatures could drop as low as two degrees and we can expect showers every day too into the bank holiday weekend.
The Met Office forecast said: "Remaining cold over the next few days with a mixture of sunshine and wintry showers, merging into longer spells of rain and hill snow at times. Widespread frosts expected overnight."
Surely we will not have to be scraping our cars in April? Last week we were thinking of the best places to get an ice cream.
Met Office spokeswoman Lindsay Mears said the unsettled weather is being caused by two huge cold air masses coming down from the Arctic.
The forecast said: "It is expected to remain rather cold and unsettled over the weekend, although less cold than this week is likely to be, with a mix of sunshine and showers, often accompanied by brisk winds.
"Some showers likely to be heavy with a risk of hail, and perhaps merging into longer spells of rain at times."
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