Sunday's forecast for the Border region.

Sun rises over the Solway Firth. Photo: Bob Little, Powfoot.

Sunday starts mostly dry with cloud clinging to the Pennines and higher ground, odd shower possible over Dumfries and Galloway, parts of Cumbria and the Pennines. Mostly, some decent spells of sun further south and it's sunshine for virtually all parts by the afternoon as a little ridge of high pressure builds in ahead of the next inbound system.

Turning into a very pleasant day from midday to late afternoon, bright with light winds, but crisp. Highs 5-6c.

The Isle of Man starts Sunday sunny, then turns cloudy during the afternoon.

A weather front moves in very quickly on Sunday evening. After 6pm winds increase quickly and gust to 50-60mph through the Irish Sea. Heavy rain accompanies the strong winds and the wet and windy weather then sweeps across the whole region overnight.

Met Office has issued a weather warning for Monday for the western side of the Border region for 20-30mm rain, 60mm over hills. Very wet and windy.