Issued: 0530hrs Monday 5th November 2018
Duty forecaster: Garry Nicholson
Murky, light winds
Slack low pressure lies south-west of Britain, resulting in a general south-easterly flow across the country.
A classic November day - murky and mild, with patchy rain or drizzle, although most places will see only small amounts of rain. Extensive low cloud, with fog at various levels, widespread on hills but also in some low-lying areas this morning.
Some glimpses of sunshine may break through in eastern England through the day. Winds will be mostly light, although rather breezy around south-western coasts.
Today's top temperatures will be 11 to 14C, locally a degree or so higher in brighter spells toward the south.
Have a great day.