Our gripes over the blistering heat may well turn quickly into a fond memory as the weekend is set to be an absolute washout – with two days of rain.
In stark contrast to what we have been experiencing this week in North Staffordshire, metereologists with the BBC say the weather will certainly be turning with the rain starting to fall at around 3am on Saturday and continuing until around midnight on Sunday.
And those few hours from midnight should probably be enjoyed with the downpours to resume on Monday morning and carry on until about 6pm that night. As it stands, Tuesday is looking marginally better with rain confined to the mid-afternoon and evening.
But, with the weather, things can change and we can all hope that the downpours are not going to be quite as long as the BBC is predicting.
On a brighter note the same meteorologists say things are going to stay hot and sunny this week with a high of 28C on Thursday before things cool slightly on Friday with the highest temperature in the Potteries said to be around 24C.
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This week the Met Office has issued an amber extreme heat weather warning for Staffordshire as the county continues to bake in the sunshine.
And Severn Trent has also had to urge people to be more careful with how much water they are using after revealing families across the region it serves got through around 2.2 billion litres on Monday.