On Easter Monday, a lot of the country is expected to see heavy rain, so drivers should be cautious

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Drier spells will turn cloudy with patchy rain across parts of England and Wales on Sunday, according to the Met Office. At the conclusion of Easter weekend, there may be up to 15mm of more persistent, possibly thunderous rain.

The RAC and the transport intelligence firm Inrix predict that on Monday, 2.01 million leisure trips would be taken by automobile.

The longest delays are predicted to occur between 10 a.m. and 12 p.m., they warned, advising drivers to postpone their travel until later in the day or in the evening.

Easter Sunday will bring grey skies and sporadic rain across southern England, while the South West may experience strong showers due to a cloud area in the North Sea that will drift westward into Wales and South East England, according to the Met Office.

Kathryn Chalk, meteorologist at the Met Office, stated: “We’ll see further spells of heavy rain coming in, pushing its way northwards through Easter Monday.

“Probably a damp start, especially across Wales, central England and northeastern parts as well with further heavy spells of rain here.

“Further towards the south, if we do see any clouds breaking up we could see heavy showers again in the afternoon.”

According to Ms. Chalk, a corridor extending from South West England up to East Anglia is expected to have the most intense rain on Monday.

The Met Office has predicted that the southern half of the country will be predominantly cloudy with showers or longer periods of rain on Monday. Sky News weather presenter Jo Wheeler says the northern portions of the country will be mostly dry with the best of the sunshine in the North West.

The Met Office stated that there may be between 5 and 15 mm of rainfall during the showers, but no weather warnings have been issued.

It is anticipated that Scotland and Northern Ireland will continue to have significantly brighter spells with sporadic, erratic showers on both days.

The Met Office said that following the holiday weekend, the weather will likely stay unstable with low pressure in the area and periods of heavy rain.

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