Mostly cloudy and damp conditions will dominate across eastern and south-eastern areas of England through the day with some patchy rain and drizzle. Elsewhere mainly dry with some bright or sunny spells and feeling cooler than previous days. Highs 3C to 7C.
Into Tuesday evening and overnight and rather cloudy conditions will prevail across east and south-east England with still some patchy light rain or drizzle. Elsewhere remaining dry and fine with clear spells and a chilly night with some rural frost possible in the north and west. Lows 0C to 3C.
Colder for all on Wednesday with high pressure expected over much of the British Isles. There will be broken cloud and some sunshine in the west, but it may be that more cloud affects eastern and perhaps south-eastern areas with may be a risk of a few light showers here. Winds becoming NE'ly, but perhaps still SW'ly in the far north and west, but often light and variable inland. Temperatures reaching a chilly 2C to 6C with overnight frost.
Colder for all on Thursday but with still a lot of dry weather as high pressure continues to dominate the weather. Few showers in the south-east, perhaps wintry and may be some patchy rain across the extreme north-west of Scotland. Otherwise dry, sunny and chilly with frosty conditions early and late in the day.