Issued: 0530hrs Monday 24th September 2018
Duty forecaster: Garry Nicholson
Dry for most places
High pressure will be centred over south-western Britain and Ireland. It will feel rather cool in a northwesterly breeze.
Showery for western Scotland, and a few showers possible for coasts near the Irish Sea. Generally fair elsewhere, with good amounts of sunshine and some high cloud.
Watch out for local fog patches this morning in low-lying areas, but these will soon clear. Starting chilly, and then dropping quickly cool again this evening, with a touch of frost in rural areas again by dawn on Tuesday.
Today's top temperatures will reach 16C in south-east England, 12 to 14C for many places, but just 10C at best in western Scotland.
Have a great day.