BRITS will endure MORE rain this week but showers will clear in time for England's Euros clash against Denmark.
Torrential rain has caused flooding chaos this weekend but brighter conditions and balmy 21C temperatures will follow on Wednesday.
Gareth Southgate's men will take to the pitch at Wembley for their semi final with dry skies with temperatures dropping to around 18C by 8pm, forecasters predict.
It comes after torrential rain wreaked havoc in Edinburgh on Sunday, with trains halted as showers showed no sign of stopping.
As water levels rose on the streets, emergency services were forced to help vehicles that become stuck thanks to flooding in the city.
And the rain is set to continue today, as the Met Office predicts sunny spells and scattered showers across the UK, with wet and windy weather in the south later in the day.
In the north, early showers are expected to turn heavy.
Highs of 20C are predicted, making for a muggy day for Brits as rain continues to pelt down.
Tuesday is set to be "generally unsettled", according to the Met Office, with most areas seeing a mixture of sunny spells and showers.
"The next few days will see unseasonably wet and windy weather cross the UK, particularly in the south on Tuesday," a Met Office spokesperson said.
"It will turn a little cooler at the start of the week too.
"However, through the second half of the week, the weather will turn more settled with temperatures returning to the low twenties Celsius."
Finally, on Thursday the weather will begin to pick up and become more settled.
Brits will be able to bask in highs of 22C by Friday.
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From next weekend, the Met Office predicts that the weather will begin to settle, with warmer and drier conditions across the country.
It comes after spectators attempted to shelter themselves from the rain on day six of the Wimbledon Tennis Championships in London on Saturday.
A sea of umbrellas was seen in the stands as people used their jackets and plastic ponchos to keep dry.
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