After a gradual decline on Holiday Monday, and a spell of rain evening/overnight, a showery westerly feed of weather sets in for the next few days.
Despite some sunshine, and temperatures hovering around average, low pressure is in charge - bringing weather fronts our way from time to time for the rest of this week.
Here's your Border forecast.......
REST OF MONDAY:
Cloud continues to thicken from the west and winds freshen. Rain developing during afternoon - patchy at first but more organised towards evening. Highs in any drier and brighter spots 14-16°C.
Cloudy with further outbreaks of rain during the first part of the night, heavy and persistent for a time, edging eastwards. Becoming drier after midnight with clearing skies towards dawn. Winds becoming lighter. Lows 8 °C.
It will be a mainly dry and much brighter day with sunny spells. There will be a few scattered showers in the afternoon, mainly over hills - with cloudier spells here from time to time. Breezy with highs to 14 °C.
An unsettled few days. Despite some sunshine, showers or even some longer spells of rain are expected - the heaviest and more prolonged of these in the west. Some shelter from the hills and the best of any sunshine towards The Borders and the east coast.