Low pressure is still in charge with various little lows circling round each other and fronts wrapped round the lows, giving showers or longer spells of rain or snow.
This morning, after an icy end to the night, it will be drier for a while and reasonably bright. Probably remaining dry until 8 or 9am.
Later in the morning we are under threat of showers from the south. We expect a mix of rain and sleet but a bit of snow is not out of the question.
Best of the dry, bright weather to the N and NE Midlands.
This afternoon the broad-brush forecast in sunny spells and showers.
In more detail, to the west and north of the Central region, the showers will be well scattered, the odd one wintry, some sunny breaks.
Further south and east, showers may merge together into longer spells of precipitation.
Temps settle around 6 or 7c at best, still a couple of degrees below the average, so feeling chilly.
Little wind due to the position of the low which is centred between Ireland and SW Scotland.
Later on Sunday night into Monday morning, the rain extends west and northwards turning to sleet and snow overnight and there may be a covering of snow for rush hour Monday morning
Some brighter breaks with showery outbreaks of rain later on Monday.
Tuesday, bit of a respite. Reasonably bright and chilly; frosty first thing. Sunny spells.
Wednesday, odd wintry flurries expected.
So a wintry start to the coming week, then turning brighter with showers. Odd wintry flurries and night frosts. Chilly by day.