Monday starts with a bit of a mixed bag. The overnight band of showers have cleared only to be replaced by another. This one is most likely to affect NW Wales and they could be persistent.
Other parts of the country should be drier and brighter but a scattered shower cannot be ruled out. Highs of of 8 or 9C. Tuesday sees a weak ridge of high pressure suppressing the showers ahead of more wet and windy weather heading our way for midweek.
Icy by night, chilly by day - brace yourself for a cold week ahead.
High pressure keeps the weather chilly by day, icy by night, with an increasing risk of freezing fog.
High pressure this weeks means mainly cold bright days and icy cold nights.