As we head into the new working week low pressure remains in charge, bringing an Atlantic flow of weather - strong winds, showery outbreaks or longer spells of rain.
We 'hang on' to a dry story for much of Monday and there will a certain amount of shelter on both Tuesday and Thursday, with eastern parts of the region staying drier for longer with a few pockets of brightness.
For all on Wednesday it's a wet and windy story, the rain quickly followed by showers.
Any showers over the Pennines will clear by evening to leave a dry night across the region, with some clear spells, especially in the east. A very localised frost is possible, most areas will escape with lows of 3-5 °C.
A windy morning with southerly gusts to 30-40mph. Dry with some bright spells initially, becoming cloudier through the afternoon from the west. Light rain is likely to reach the west by mid to late afternoon. Winds will ease a little. Highs 7 °C.
Sunny spells and a few showers in the west on Tuesday. Feeling chilly. Highs of 6
Showers follow a spell of heavy rain on Wednesday, along with strong winds. Highs 7 C
A touch of frost is possible on both Monday and Tuesday night.