A dry and bright start with sunny spells. Through the afternoon, cloud will start to thicken from the south with winds strengthening.
Dry with sunshine and variable cloud. Rather cool near coasts, but pleasantly warm inland.
Helen Plint brings you the latest weather for Monday and beyond.
The weather is perfect for Lights Out tonight to mark the 100th anniversary of when Great Britain entered the First World War.
The plan is for people to turn off their lights from 10pm to 11pm tonight, leaving on a single light or candle.
It’s a clear night tonight and a dry one, so the lit candles or single lights will be more easily seen.
It is also a mild night so for those wanting to enjoy the view from Rutland, Kinder Scout in the Peak District, Barr Beacon or Turners Hill and it won’t be too cold to enjoy it either