High pressure is in charge today, giving us one of those seasonally gorgeous mornings where you want to take a stroll in the woods and crunch through crisp, multi-coloured autumn leaves in the sunshine.
Glorious start to the day for many, but cold. Any mist patches should not be too dense or widespread.
High cloud may bubble up later on turning the sunshine a little hazy, highs slightly cooler than yesterday’s, around 7 or 8c, 46f.
Overnight tonight it could turn quite windy and then Monday itself will be wet and windy, though the rain may clear later.
A front is dropping SE’wards but waves back in from that direction for Tuesday, so mostly wet and windy on Tuesday also with strong winds.
On Wednesday, low pressure moves through Scotland but providing the impetus to boot out the front into the North Sea. Behind it, it will be bright with a few blustery showers from the west midweek, and breezy.
Wind flow from the SW, so daytime temperatures into double figures.