Will you be cracking open the cider and enjoying a barbecue this week? Temperatures are set to rise to highs of 21c on Tuesday but unfortunately they look set to fall as we head towards Easter.

Bryan from Herefordshire Weather Watch has shared his forecast for the week ahead with us:

Monday – Cloudy start with sun soon pushing through to bring a bright day with plenty of sunshine through the afternoon and highs of 17c but remaining breezy.

Tuesday – Winds easing with plenty of sunshine and highs of 21c.

Wednesday – More sunshine for Wednesday but becoming more cloudy later in the day with highs of 17c.

Thursday – Cloudy start with some sunny spells in the late afternoon. Winds picking up once again with highs of 13c.

Friday – Cool start with some brighter spells during the morning, cloudy afternoon and remaining breezy with highs of 11c.

Lockdown easing from today:

Outdoor gatherings of either 6 people or 2 households are allowed, providing greater flexibility for families to see each other. This includes in private gardens.

Outdoor sports facilities, such as tennis and basketball courts, are allowed to reopen, and people can take part in formally organised outdoor sports.

The Stay at Home order has ended, although many lockdown restrictions will remain.

For example, you should continue to work from home where possible, and overseas travel remains banned, aside for a small number of reasons.