Rain moves southeastwards across all parts, accompanied by brisk winds, but also milder conditions. Drier, brighter weather will follow from the north for late afternoon. Milder maximum temperatures briefly of 10°C, but soon dipping towards dusk.
It will be a dry night with light winds and patchy fog, low cloud, or frost forming locally by morning. Lows -2°C.
Chilly in places with a generally bright morning and some sunny spells through the afternoon. Any morning fog will be slow to lift and will form once more, quite widely, through the evening. Highs 6-8°C.
Tuesday will be milder but rather cloudy. Patchy drizzle and fog over high ground.
A spell of rain at first midweek, with highs into double figures for a time, but it will turn colder and clearer thereafter, with some mist and fog at times.