MAKE the most of the fine Easter weather as the Met Office has warned wet and windy weather is on the way for Devon.
A Met Office spokesperson warns: ‘After a largely fine and dry Easter weekend for most, things will turn more unsettled late on Sunday and into next week.
‘High pressure, which has been responsible for the dry and fine weekend weather for most, will move away to the east, to be replaced by a westerly Atlantic regime, with periods of winds and rain to come.
Met Office Chief Meteorologist Jason Kelly said: ‘A change is on the way for the UK weather as the dry, settled, and in places warm conditions are replaced by a more unsettled weather pattern from Sunday afternoon.
‘This change happens first for Northern Ireland and Scotland, where Sunday afternoon rain will be replaced by blustery showers overnight and into Monday.
‘Elsewhere, a mainly dry, but increasingly cloudy day on Sunday, with rain arriving for parts of Wales and southwest England by evening. Rain spreads east across other areas into Monday, with showers following.’