Wet weather is expected across most of the UK later as rain sweeps in from the west overnight.Read the full story ›
It will start to feel like December tomorrow as temperatures start dropping to seasonal average after the warmer past few days. Patchy rain and some sunshine at the start of the new week.
Extensive cloud will push westwards across many central and eastern parts with patchy drizzle.Read the full story ›
There will be some cloud and patchy rain overnight, with touch of frost and fog in the morning. Brighter skies across most of the country tomorrow.
Outbreaks of locally heavy rain with blustery winds will spread north and east across England, Wales and eastern parts of Northern Ireland today, reaching southern and eastern Scotland this afternoon.
Brighter conditions with also gradually follow the rain across parts of Wales and southwest England. Temperatures will peak at 15 Celsius (59F).
Patchy rain will move southwards across northern England and northern Wales, becoming more persistent later.
It will be mostly dry and bright elsewhere after a chilly start, but further rain will spread into the far north and west later.
Maximum temperature 21 Celsius.
Following a chilly start to the day for some, it will be a dry and bright day for much of the UK.
There'll be plenty of sunshine across England and Wales this morning before some fair weather cloud builds this afternoon.
Scotland and Northern Ireland will see the cloud thicken through the day with some patchy rain in the far west later.
Clear skies across much of the British Isles tonight will mean below-average temperatures in many areas, with the mercury falling to as low as nine degrees.
Monday will be fine with sunny spells even across Scotland, with temperatures reaching 22 degrees in the south of England.
A fine Sunday is on the cards for most of England, Northern Ireland and Wales with highs of up to 23C in the south.
However, it is a different picture in Scotland where showers are breaking towards the north and east of the country.
ITV News Weather Presenter Alex Beresford has the latest forecast: