It appears the hot summer sunshine we had a few weeks ago has now well and truly gone away.
It has been replaced with rain, heavy in places, which will affect parts of southern England, southern Wales and Northern Ireland as we go through the day today, but nowhere is completely out of the woods in terms of seeing a shower.
Most places, however, will remain fine and dry with the mercury at what we would expect for this time of year.
Would you like a more detailed weather picture for the next 24 hours? Here’s the forecast for England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland for Monday, including where it’s going to rain.
What is the UK weather forecast?
Most places will remain fine and dry for Monday, with only the slight chance of seeing the odd shower or two.
However, heavy downpours will get going as the day progresses, with southern England, southern Wales and Northern Ireland most at risk from seeing the rain.
Even where you don’t see a shower, temperatures will be a peg down or two, with a top reading on the thermometer being 20 Celsius in central Scotland, south-eastern England and southern Wales.
A ridge of high pressure will begin to form on Monday, allowing most places the chance to stay fine and dry.
Northern areas will see the best of any sunshine, with some short, sharp showers a possibility for south-eastern England as the morning gets going.
North-west England and London will see the best of the temperatures, with the mercury climbing to 13 Celsius.
Glasgow, in Scotland, and Northern Ireland, meanwhile, will see a top reading on the thermometer of 9 Celsius, while Wales will see the mercury reach 12 Celsius.
A scattering of heavy, thundery downpours could affect southern England, Northern Ireland and southern Wales as the afternoon goes on.
Elsewhere, less intense downpours could develop, but most will remain fine and dry.
Top temperatures of 20 Celsius in some parts, with most areas seeing the mercury reach between 12 and 18 Celsius.
Intense showers will continue to affect parts of southern England and London, gradually moving into East Anglia as the evening progresses.
Some of the rain may go as far north as central England, but most places will remain fine and dry tonight.
Northern England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland should miss most of the showers completely, with only an isolated one affecting some areas.