Britain will be back on flood alert later this week with a month's worth of rain expected to fall on Wednesday.
The country is currently colder than Siberia in a -6C (21F) Bank Holiday washout - with eight inches’ of snow expected to fall in Scotland on Tuesday.
50mph gales, a month’s rain and flooding in England will resume from Wednesday after a comparatively dry few days.
Beach resorts resembled ghost towns over the Bank Holiday as a rain hit all parts and a trickle of determined holidaymakers shivered in fleeces.
Tourism chiefs said the wet Bank Holiday capped a disastrous weekend costing resorts millions in lost visitor revenue. Northern Ireland suffered a 10-hour washout.
Sun lovers would have been better off in Siberia. Mirnvy, eastern Russia, hit a sunny 17C but the soggy Midlands saw 9C, 7C colder than normal in May.
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