The weather for Monday has been cancelled as a mark of respect for the late Queen Elizabeth II.
The whole of the UK will experience no weather whatsoever for the duration of the day.
A spokesman for the UK government told WalesOnCraic:
“We’ve been watching what everyone else has announced and we didn’t think it appropriate to have any weather on Monday. We’ve therefore announced that we’re cancelling all weather on Monday in honour of the Queen, who sadly died last week. Normal weather will resume in the early hours of Tuesday morning.
The weather is the latest aspect of UK life that will be put on hold for the Bank Holiday, which will see trillions of people watching the Queen’s funeral on TV. Schools, shops, and hotels are all closing on the day to allow people to mourn.