As we head into the new working week cloudy skies invade from the northeast, winds become lighter for a time and old weather fronts produce mainly light rain and drizzle.
As the week progresses a combination of fronts sinking south and high pressure building from the north means that temperatures will take a dip and winds will pick up.
Here's your Granada forecast for the next few days.....
Showers slowly fade to leave many places dry, though tending to remain largely cloudy with some mist and fog patches developing by dawn. Lows 7-9 °C.
A bright day in the south with some sunny spells developing later, but the risk of a few showers. Feeling warm in the sunshine. Cloudier towards Cumbria and higher parts of Lancashire, with patchy rain possible at times. Highs 15 °C.
The unsettled theme continues with further showers or longer spells of rain, though some sunny spells developing in between (more likely Wednesday).
Feeling much colder but also drier later Thursday - overnight frosts and temperatures below average, low teens celsius.