The drier weather we saw on Sunday is set to continue today with most places escaping any rainfall.
However, some showers will persist for western areas, with western Scotland seeing some heavy bursts of rain.
The UK is, though, currently trapped in between two weather systems: high pressure to the west and low pressure to the east.
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That means we’re seeing a north-westerly airflow, bringing cooler temperatures and colder days.
Monday is no exception with temperatures struggling to get to their average for this time of year and certainly no hot sunshine is in the forecast.
The good news is we have a weather picture for the next 24 hours, so let’s tell you what is happening across the country over the next day.
What is the UK weather forecast?
It will be mostly dry for Monday as things get going, but there will be some cloud cover across much of the country.
Outbreaks of rain cannot be ruled out for a few places, with heavy rain a feature for western Scotland in the afternoon.
Temperatures will be a touch down on what we’ve been experiencing over the past few days, with Northern Ireland and Scotland seeing the lowest readings.
Cloud cover will be the main feature for most places as we enter Monday morning, with some showers coming out of it in a few spots.
Most places, though, will remain fine and dry if not overcast as any sunshine struggles to come through.
Temperatures for the morning will be down on recent days, with a top reading on the thermometer of 14°C in London.
Elsewhere, the mercury will hit an average of 12°C for Wales, Northern Ireland, Scotland and much of England.
Heavy rain will sweep into parts of western Scotland as the afternoon goes on, never really making headway into western areas.
Elsewhere, it will remain largely fine and dry, if not overcast just like the morning, as any spells of sunshine are short lived.
Temperatures will struggle to get into the twenties as the afternoon progresses, with a top reading on the thermometer of 20°C or 21°C in south-east England.
Elsewhere, the mercury will climb to 20°C in Wales, while Scotland and Northern Ireland will see temperatures of around 17°C or 18°C.
Cloud cover will continue for late afternoon and into the evening, but again, not much precipitation coming out of it.
Temperatures overnight will be down on recent days, making sleeping a bit easier.