As the UK’s first heatwave comes to an end this weekend, temperatures across Berkshire look like they are returning to the seasonal norm.

Although people will still be able to enjoy the sweltering temperatures on Saturday (13/4), Sunday will see a substantial drop with a minimum temp of eight degrees.

Reading will see seasonal highs of 19 degrees on Saturday, April 13 at 3pm lasting till 5pm with around 12 degrees in the early evening.

For Saturday's forecast, The MET office has said: “Bright or sunny spells, and any patchy low cloud clearing. Becoming breezy this afternoon, while turning predominantly cloudy with perhaps an odd shower arriving. Most places will remain dry, and become warm again.”

In true British fashion, Sunday is the first day that people will see the weather across Berkshire returning to lower seasonal temperatures.

Highs on Sunday, April 14 will be around 15 degrees across the county, moving to around nine degrees around 10pm.

Although the temperatures are predicted to drop, don’t hesitate to go out and about this Sunday. According to the MET Office, the weather should be mainly dry with bright or sunny spells.

With thousands of people heading out for the Reading half marathon on Sunday, the slightly lower temperatures may be welcomed by participants.